Hallett Peak

Estes Park, Colorado 80511

Hallett Peak

Hallett Peak Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"The steep northeast face of 12,713-foot-high Hallett Peak towers west of Bear Lake, forming one of Rocky Mountain National Park’s most beautiful mountain vistas. The face’s three buttresses, composed of metamorphic schist and gneiss and chiseled by the Tyndall Glacier, offer excellent multi-pitch alpine climbing adventures. Hallett Peak’s best climbing is found on the 900-foot-high Second Buttress in the middle. The dark cleft of Hallett Chimney separates it from the First Buttress on the left, while the Third Buttress is to its right. The Second Buttress offers excellent climbing on mostly clean rock split by thin cracks and corners and rippled with fingerfriendly edges. The routes are long and sometimes runout on the easier sections. Successful ascents require an early start to avoid thunderstorms, good route-finding skills, and the ability to find gear placements."

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Trail Information

Estes Park
Nearby City
1.5 hours
The best season is June to mid- September.
Rocky Mountain National Park
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Dec 2018