Mount Bross Colorado 14er Mountain Summit Coin Gift
Veteran and Woman Owned Small Business out of Littleton, Colorado
Coin Size: 1.75"
Coin Color: Bronze (represents Class II)
Ring Color: Violet (represents Mosquito Range)
Our Summit Challenge Coins are the perfect way for you to commemorate your Colorado 14,000' summits. Each coin is custom designed with a representation of that particular peak along with its height. These coins are the perfect gift for your favorite Colorado Climber!
The mountain was named for William Bross (1813-1889), who owned mining property near the town of Alma. Bross made an early ascent of Mount Lincoln in 1868 and was so enthusiastic about the view that he sang the Doxology on the summit. Local miners began referring to Lincoln’s south peak as Mount Bross, and the name stuck.
* True summit is closed due to the inability to get in contact with all of the landowners to grant open access *