The Tenmile Range is a mountain range in U.S. state of Colorado. The range is an extension of the Mosquito Range which is part of the Rocky Mountains. The two ranges are effectively the same range. They are split only by the Continental Divide and name. The Tenmile Range is on the west side of the divide, and the Mosquito on the east. The range is often referred to as the Tenmile-Mosquito Range.
There are more than a dozen peaks in the range. Tenmile Peak is the northernmost peak followed by the numbered peaks, Peak 1 through Peak 10. Quandary Peak is the southernmost peak and highest point in the Range, elevation 14,265 feet. The range is famous for its skiing, both backcountry and resort areas. Breckenridge Ski Resort is in the range. The Tenmile Range includes Pacific Tarn, believed to be the highest named lake in the United States.
Elevation: 14,265 ft (4,348 m)