Leadville, Colorado is the highest incorporated city in North America. At 10,152 feet, it's nearly two miles higher than sea level.
In fact, not only is it the highest city, but it's flanked by Colorado's two highest 14,000+-foot peaks, of which Colorado has the most — 53 in total.
In short, it's an extremely high city in an extremely high state.
Living in a place like Leadville is no walk in the park, and the human body has to work hard to acclimate to the elevation.
In spite of the challenges of living in the clouds, or perhaps because of them, Leadville has cultivated one of the richest small-town cultures in the country.
Do yourself a favor and spend a night or two in downtown Leadville, and we think you'll see what we mean.
This is a placeholder for the materials. The Leadville is an unstructured, cotton five-panel ballcap with a snapback closure and rope brim. It's a fine-looking hat if we do say so ourselves, and it's adorned with a single embroidered Two Roads logo that's pointing west, if you're looking toward the northern skyline.