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There's a hiking trail at the top of Loveland Pass that climbs west on the Continental Divide to a peak at almost 12,500 feet with a nice view of Grays Peak and Torreys Peak to the southeast. If you go beyond the end of the trail, and climb to the next peak along the Divide, you arrive here at 12,752 feet with an even better view in all directions. In addition to Grays and Torreys, 14ers that can be seen in the distance include Quandary, Massive, and Holy Cross.