Teller County High Point - Point 13,070' at Devil's Playground
Short Hike from the Pikes Peak Highway with Spectacular Colorado Rocky Mountain Scenery
Above everyone in Woodland Park, Divide, Cripple Creek, Victor and Florissant ... :) The Teller County high point is an unnamed point
above timberline in the Devil's Playground region of Pikes Peak.
With an approximate elevation of 13,070 feet, it can be easily accessed
via the Pikes Peak Highway, or for the more ambitious, hikers can
reach it via the Pikes Peak trail route from the
Directions: When traveling up the Pikes Peak Highway, past mile marker 16 and
the last sharp switchback is the Devil's Playground. On the right is a large dirt
parking lot with portable toilets. From there, Point 13,070' is a short 0.1 or 0.2 mile hike.
Photo Above: The view of Pikes Peak and the Pikes Peak Highway
from the Teller County High Point.