Longs Peak - Beast of the Front Range

Longs Peak is a prominent 14er in the northern Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, north of Denver. Located in Rocky Mountain National Park, Longs can be seen by car by driving west from the town of Estes Park and into the park on Trail Ridge Road.

Want to climb Longs Peak? If so, we need to warn you that this peak does not have a trail to the summit and all climbs are technical, requiring certain climbing skills and equipment. The standard (and easiest) Keyhole Route is a long, difficult climb and some have died on this route. If you haven't climbed many 14ers, please start with one of the easier ones before attempting the mighty Longs Peak.
  360° Panorama from the summit of Longs Peak.
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Longs Peak and Storm Peak seen from the Boulder Field.
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Climbing Longs Peak.
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Longs seen from the north end of the Boulder Field.
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Longs seen from the Chasm Lake Trail.
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Climbing Longs Peak.
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The north face of Longs seen from the Boulder Field.
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The east face of Longs Peak seen from Colorado 9 north of Meeker Park.
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