Scratch-Off Colorado 14ers Map

Peak Bagger Gift: Scratch-Off Map of Colorado 14ers

Keep track of your summits with this colorful wall print.

Scratch-off maps aren’t new — we’ve all seen those prints of countries traveled hanging in globe-trotters’ homes and offices. But now, serious hikers and aspiring mountaineers can show off their own accomplishments with this summit-specific map.

British mapmaker, Maps International, just launched a Colorado 14ers scratch-off map. Gold foil covers all 58 peaks of 14,000 feet or more. Once you’ve summited, scrub off the foil to reveal a colorful marker to show you’ve ticked another off the list.

The relief map is printed on silk art paper to mount as you choose. Or, for an extra fee, select to have the map framed on pinboard with a black or white frame.

Scratch-Off Map: Colorado 14ers

Scratch-Off Colorado 14ers Map

Right now, Maps International offers free shipping on the Scratch-Off Colorado Fourteeners Print. But that deal ends January 31, 2021.

The prints also color-code the Centennial State’s various ranges — Elk Mountains, Front Range, La Garita Mountains, Mosquito Range, Sangre de Cristo Range, San Juan Mountains, Tenmile Range, and Sawatch Range — visible once you scratch off a summit.

The maps print in one size, 17 x 22 inches, and cost $22. Mounted with a frame costs $90. Know someone who’s on their way to tick off all the peaks (or who’s done it already)? The Scratch-Off Colorado Fourteeners Print might be the perfect gift.

Check out this map — and a bunch of other fun ones — here.

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