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"Seek the next Cairn" shirt:
Cairns act like beacons guiding us along a rugged trail. Whether on the trail, or in life, always continue to seek that next cairn.
Enjoy hours of fun with friends and family while you adventure across the high peaks of CO, growing your 14er empire.
Log your adventures in the mountains and on the slopes in these Passports to: the 14ers, the 13ers, and CO ski areas.
These double sided 14er t-shirts have 54 images, covering all of CO's highest peaks.
Colorado 14er Playing Cards
Admire the highest peaks of the Rockies from your coffee table, plane, or campsite. Each card features a unique Colorado 14er, it's elevation, and mountain range.
Colorado 14er Playing Cards make for a perfect gift for any peak bagger, nature lover, and/or proud Coloradoan.
Bulk discounts available for event sales.
Looking for a fun Colorado themed party favor
for a wedding or corporate event? 14er cards are a great way to show visitors how amazing Colorado is. Please inquire about bulk discounts for large corporate or personal purchases
10% of your online purchase will be donated to the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI)
Plan your next adventures with each new deal!
The back of the box lists the 14ers featured in the deck:
You can also view each playing card in the card gallery
14ercards.com is proud to have donated $1250, and lots of decks & passports, to the Colorado 14ers Initiative in 2016.
"Plan your next adventures with each new deal!"
Colorado 14er Playing Cards, Post Cards, and Magnets are available for purchase online.
(Via Paypal checkout. Credit card accepted. No paypal account needed.)
This deck is made from high quality 300gsm grade, plastic-coated, playing cards.
* $3.45 USPS shipping available on all size orders to lower 48 states. 2.9% CO state tax applied to CO orders. For international (or other) shipping options, send email to email@example.com
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14ercards visits the rim of Mt Ngauruhoe, a.k.a. Mt. Doom from the Lord of the Rings movies in New Zealand...