Lead Mountain (Grand County, Colorado)

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Lead Mountain viewed from the Tundra Communities Trail, Rocky Mountain National Park

Lead Mountain is a summit in Grand County, Colorado, in the United States.[1] It is in the Rocky Mountain National Park,[2] with an elevation of 12,474 feet (3,802 m), Lead Mountain is the 931st highest summit in the state of Colorado.[3]

Lead Mountain was named in 1879 on account of its lead deposits.[4]

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