Torreys Peak is located along the Continental Divide,  as well as the division between Clear Creek County and Summit County. Torreys Peak is very close to another fourteener, Grays Peak.

The first man to ascend Torreys Peak, botanist Charles C. Parry, named the peak for his botanist colleague John Torrey in 1861.

Torrey's Peak is at an elevation of 14,267 feet. 

The POCKET PALS hiking / climbing map for Torreys Peak includes 4 trailheads and 11 routes:

Trailheads: Grizzly Gulch, Loveland Pass, Chihuahua Gulch, Stevens Gulch

Routes: South Slopes West Ridge, Dead Dog Couloir, Emperor Couloir, Eroica, Kelso Ridge, North Ridge, Northwest Face, South Paw Couloir, Chihuahua Gulch, Grizzly Gulch.

Click on the image above to Buy this route map.