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Mount Werner, Steamboat Springs

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Mount Werner is a mountain summit in the Park Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America. The 10570ft peak is located in Routt National Forest, 7.4km east-southeast (bearing 107°) of the City of Steamboat Springs in Routt County, Colorado, United States. The mountain was renamed in 1964 in honor of skier Buddy Werner.MountainMount Werner is northwest of Denver. The mountain reaches a height of 10570ft above sea level and has a base elevation of 6900ft, for a vertical rise of 3670ft. It has five peaks (from lowest to highest), Christie Peak, Thunderhead Peak, Sunshine Peak, Storm Peak, and Mount Werner.Formerly known as Storm Mountain, it was renamed in 1965 in honor of Buddy Werner, an Olympian from Steamboat Springs who was killed in an avalanche in Switzerland in April 1964.Mount Werner stands within the watershed of the Yampa River, which drains into the Green River, the Colorado River, and thence into the Gulf of California in Mexico.
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  • We hiked up to the gondola timber house lodge on the access road and trials, about 4.5 miles up hill. When we got ther cold beer was in order. The were preparing for "happy hour", so getting the tap b...  read more »
  • Attended an outdoor ceremony at the overlook. Took the gondola to the top of the mountain. What a view!! Absolutely beautiful! 
  • We took the Gondola up (find coupons in magazines around town) and enjoyed the view....there is a restaurant on top but it is a little pricey. 
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