When you're trying to bag all 54 of Colorado's fourteeners, Culebra Peak could be your steepest challenge. Not because it's such a difficult climb; the mountain rises relatively gently above what used to be the Taylor Ranch west of Trinidad in Culebra County. The problem is that Culebra Peak stands on private land, and while previous owners would let climbers in -- charging as much as $40 per person -- in 1999, the peak became off limits to mountaineers entirely. But last July, the Colorado Mountain Club was granted access to take thirty people to the top of Culebra. At $30 per climber, it went so well that the club hopes to schedule more trips this summer. That 54th peak? It's almost in the bag.