What is the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains?

Here is the question :

WHAT IS THE HIGHEST PEAK IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS?


Here is the option for the question :

  • Mount Elbert
  • Mount Lincoln
  • Longs Peak
  • Mount Massive

The Answer:

And, the answer for the the question is :

Mount Elbert

Explanation:

[STC002517] We all know that the Rocky Mountains are a hiker’s dream (and a skier’s, and a rafter’s, and a fisherman’s, and… well, you get the idea), with many different peaks that stretch from New Mexico all the way up to Canada. Mount Elbert, located in Colorado close to Leadville, is at an impressive height of 14,440 feet above mean sea level and is the tallest of all of these mountains. In point of fact, Colorado is home to about 60 mountains that rise to heights of more than 14,000 feet.