Mears Peak is a 13,496-foot-elevation (3,986 meter) mountain summit located on the common boundary of Ouray County with San Miguel County, in Colorado, United States. It is situated six miles northwest of the community of Telluride, in the Mount Sneffels Wilderness, on land managed by Uncompahgre National Forest. It is part of the Sneffels Range which is a subset of the San Juan Mountains, which in turn is part of the Rocky Mountains. Mears Peak is situated west of the Continental Divide, and 3.8 miles west of Mount Sneffels. Topographic relief is significant as the south aspect rises 4,900 feet (1,493 meters) above the San Miguel River in approximately 5.5 miles.
By elevation Mears Peak is
# 10 out of 58 in Ouray County # 16 out of 99 in San Miguel County # 3 out of 10 in Mount Sneffels Wilderness Area # 85 out of 732 in the San Juan Mountains
By prominence Mears Peak is
# 20 out of 58 in Ouray County # 28 out of 99 in San Miguel County # 3 out of 10 in Mount Sneffels Wilderness Area
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