Rising to an elevation of 13,233 feet, Mount Audubon is one of the more prominent summits within the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Despite its lofty stature, however, this gentle mountain pales when compared to its immediate neighbors in terms of ruggedness. Indeed, topped by a moderately difficult trail, Audubon poses little challenge to the discerning climber. On the other hand, for the hiker who is simply out to enjoy some incredible views, this peak cannot be beat. Not only does it reveal some up-close views of the surrounding mountains; it affords incredibly far-reaching vistas in all directions as well.
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Trail Statistics & Information
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|Season||July to September|
|Trailhead Elevation||10,400 ft|
|Top Elevation||13,233 ft|
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