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Longs Peak – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

Sunrise on the Diamond, Longs Peak photo

Longs Peak

Photo credit: Eli Boardman

Longs Peak photo

Longs Peak

Photo credit: ProfPete

  • Elevation: 4345 m
  • Difficulty: Scramble
  • Best months to climb: June, July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Estes Park, Colorado

Longs Peak Climbing Notes

Asif Waziri from UNITED STATES writes:

Easy summer ascent on the mammoth of the East Long's massive Diamond sets the precedent of an illusion, and perhaps even a delusion for the winter hardy mountain climbers. Climbing the Diamond face of Long's peak, especially in a free hand-solo, rope/anchor-free ascent in the middle of a winter storm, in minus 50 windchill temperatures, in the setting of a hundred pound mountaineering pack on one's shoulder, in my opinion, remains at best an elusive aspiration perhaps not meant to be fulfilled in the current times and era.

2017-01-11

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1. Mount Meeker (4240 m) 1.2 km
2. Storm Peak (4062 m) 1.3 km
3. Mount Alice (Colorado) (4057 m) 4.4 km
4. Petit Grepon (3658 m) 5.6 km
5. Taylor Peak (4009 m) 5.9 km
6. Mount Otis (3752 m) 6.9 km
7. Hallet Peak (3875 m) 8.0 km
8. Hallett Peak (3875 m) 8.1 km
9. Twin Sisters Peaks (3483 m) 9.1 km
10. Deer Mountain (3052 m) 12.8 km

 

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