Longs Peak

Estes Park, Colorado 80517

Longs Peak

Longs Peak Professional Review and Guide

"Longs Peak, Colorado’s fifteenth highest mountain at 14,259 feet high, lords over Rocky Mountain National Park as its highest and most famous peak. Longs Peak dominates the park as well as the northern Front Range, its sharp visage visible from the rolling prairie and downtown Denver."

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8/15/2018
great hike majestic view after granite pass, i would call it an endurance hike made it to keyhole couldn’t hike past keyhole due to gusty winds the hike is demanding one needs to fully conditioned attempting the summit
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Trail Information

Estes Park
Nearby City
13.2
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
The Longs Peak climbing season is from mid-May to mid-October, with July and August the prime climbing time.
Season
Rocky Mountain National Park
Local Contacts
USGS Longs Peak; Trails Illustrated #200 and #301
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Aug 2018