Hahns Peak is a summit in Routt County, Colorado, in the United States. With an elevation of 10,774 feet (3,284 m), Hahns Peak is the 1855th highest summit in the state of Colorado. Hahns Peak was named after John and Joseph Hahn, businesspeople in the mining industry. Hahns Peak Village is named after the peak. An old lookout tower remains on the peak's summit, though it is largely ruined.