Mount Bross is a fourteener (a mountain taller than 14,000 feet) in the U.S. state of Colorado, located approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Mount Lincoln in the Mosquito Range. It lies in northwestern Park County. With a topographic prominence in the range of 292 to 332 feet (89 to 101 m), it barely qualifies as an independent peak by the standard 300 foot prominence rule.
It is often climbed together with Mount Lincoln and nearby Mount Democrat. In 2005, the summit of Mount Bross was closed to the public due to safety concerns related to mines and trail access through private land.
Activity: Off-Highway Drives, Hiking
Prominence: 312 ft (95 m)
Elevation: 14,178 ft (4,321 m)