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 1  Mt. Elbert - Northeast Ridge  
Difficulty:  Class 1 
Total Elevation Gain: 4,700 feet
Round-trip Distance: 9.00 miles
Mt. Elbert - Northeast Ridge   4700'  9.00   Class 1  Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route. 103  Print 
 2  Mt. Elbert - East Ridge 
Difficulty:  Class 1 
Total Elevation Gain: 4,100 feet
Round-trip Distance: 8.50 miles
Mt. Elbert - East Ridge  4100'  8.50   Class 1  Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route. 82  Print 
 3  Mt. Elbert - Southeast Ridge 
Difficulty:  Class 2 
Total Elevation Gain: 5,300 feet
Round-trip Distance: 11.00 miles
Mt. Elbert - Southeast Ridge  5300'  11.00   Class 2  Mild exposure in the area but not along the immediate route. 26  Print 
 4  Mt. Elbert - Box Creek Couloirs  
Difficulty:  Difficult Class 2 
Total Elevation Gain: 4,150 feet
Round-trip Distance: 8.50 miles
Mt. Elbert - Box Creek Couloirs   4150'  8.50   Difficult Class 2  Moderate exposure along the immediate route. It should be avoidable with some slow hiking or scrambling. 35  Print 
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