|League||National Pro Fastpitch|
|Ballpark||All City Stadium|
The Colorado Altitude were a women's professional softball team based in Littleton, Colorado. They were part of the founding roster of National Pro Fastpitch teams in 2004.
During the NPF's 2003 All-Star tour, the league announced the addition of a team in the Denver, Colorado area. The owners were Danny Stroud and Claud York. The team was named the Colorado Altitude and expected to play at All City Stadium in Denver. Long-time UCLA softball coach and WPF Orlando Wahoos coach Sharron Backus was to be the coach of the Altitude.
The Altitude were assigned to the NPF's West Division, along with the San Antonio Armadillos, Arizona Heat, and California Sunbirds. The East Division included NY/NJ Juggernaut, New England Riptide, Akron Racers and Texas Thunder.
In March 2004, NPF released its inaugural schedule for the year and did not include the Armadillos and the Altitude. The Altitude announced that it was their decision not to join the league in 2004, citing various concerns and leaving open the possibility of considering playing in NPF in 2005. However, the only 2005 expansion team was the Chicago Bandits, and NPF has yet to add a full-time member in Colorado.
The Altitude participated in NPF's inaugural Elite Draft and Senior Draft. The following players were drafted by Colorado:
|Lindsey Gardner||2B||Texas||Elite Draft: Round 1, Pick 5||Texas/Rockford Thunder (2004–08)|
|Randi Berg||2B||Fresno State||Elite Draft: Round 2, Pick 13 - Released||Georgia Pride (1999), Florida Wahoos (2000)|
|Nikki Bowey||OF||Mercer||Elite Draft: Round 3 Pick 21||Never played in NPF|
|Rachel Gensch||CF||Bradley||Elite Draft: Round 4, Pick 29 - Released||Never played in NPF|
|Phelan Wright||3B||Arizona State||Senior Draft: Round 1, Pick 4||Arizona Heat (2005)|
|Nicole Barber||OF||Georgia||Senior Draft: Round 2, Pick 12||Washington Glory (2007–08)|
|Nicole Trimboli||OF||Nebraska||Senior Draft: Round 3, Pick 20||Akron Racers (2004–05), Chicago Bandits (2006–09), USSSA Pride (2010–11), Akron Racers (2011-12)|
|Kristin Farber||P||Arizona State||Senior Draft: Round 4, Pick 28||Never played in NPF|
|Ricki Walker||UT||Colorado State||Senior Draft Round 5, Pick 36||Never played in NPF|
|Meghann Reiss||1B||Wisconsin||Senior Draft: Round 6, Pick 44 - Released||Never played in NPF|