Peak(s):  Longs Peak  -  14,255 feet
Post Date:  07/27/2009
Modified:  12/19/2013
Date Climbed:   07/25/2009
Posted By:  benners

 A Great Day on an Alpine Classic: Kiener's Route   

TR here:


  • Comments or Questions

Nice report     02/05/2011 00:22
Thanks for posting


Memories     07/27/2009 22:29
Well done! It is a thrilling route, yes? I just re-lived some fine memories through your report! Thanks for posting, great pics!


nice!!!     05/09/2011 17:48
Great TR! Very informative. Gives me hope to follow in those tracks someday!


Nice Job!     07/27/2009 23:05
Terrific report about a great route. Nice up and down.


Very Nice!!!!!!!!     07/27/2009 23:15
Very nice climb.


Congratulations! Spectacular!     07/28/2009 00:33
Congratulations, Tom and Benners, on your spectacular (and safe!) climb. The photos were magnificent, but I am sure they don‘t do the ”real” route justice. Probably the finest trip report I have ever viewed (but I don‘t want to give you guys swelled heads, ha ha). Great writing, great climbing. Hope to run into you both sometime on the mountains.



Nice one guys!     05/02/2011 14:23
Glad the weather cooperated. I know Ben has been looking forward to getting this route. It‘s definitely on my Long‘s to do list too.


Cheers, gents!     07/28/2009 03:34
Nice climb, spectacular mountain, and I thoroughly enjoyed the TR.


Nice...     11/30/2010 17:28
Always good to see the rare routes. Enjoyed your TR. I'm excited to attempt Longs for the first time soon but I'll likely stick to the standard route. But I can see myself maybe someday...


hell yeah Ben     08/03/2009 20:51
I too am looking foward to this route one day. Looks like you captured the adventure well, and a hell of a job capturing the exposure.


Re:     03/11/2010 16:10
Thanks all, Kieners is definitely a classic route, get up there and check it out!


Nice     09/01/2009 18:58
Awesome report, pics, and climb!!

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