Peaks

 

82

 

 

Pursuers

 

449

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

All peaks in the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies with at least 1000 ft prominence. If you live in the Denver/Boulder area, this is an incredible challenge to tackle in reasonably short-drive day trips. Covers a wide range of peak elevations from 6,881 ft to 14,270 ft.

 

Highest peak

Grays Peak

14,278 ft / 4,351 m

Most prominent peak

Pikes Peak

5,530 ft / 1,685 m

Most summited peak

Grays Peak

245 summits

Most difficult peak

Pikes Peak

Class 1

Difficulty breakdown

Class 1/2 2 peaks

Top climbing months

August   20%

July   20%

June   13%

"I approached from Boreas Pass and walked up the south ridge from Black Powder Pass. On my way up I was startled by a mountain goat as I topped out on a false summit. I backed down the ridge and let the goat pass without incident. I continued on to Boreas Mountain before heading back to the pass." - Bald Mountain, WaxDr, Jun 30, 2018
"The plan was just to do East and West Sisters, but after getting to the top we decided to bushwhack over to South Sister, which was a fun adventure for sure! Lots of scree surfing and scrambling always makes for a great day in the mountains!" - Twin Sisters Peak East, LGH-Dan, May 30, 2018
"A warm spring summit of Longs Peak Via the Loft Couloir and down the Keyhole.Overall the snow quality In the Loft was perfect. The backside and the Keyhole route however, were a completely different story. There was also plenty of post holing to be had in the boulder field below the Keyhole.It made for a very long day. My second summit of Longs Peak! " - Longs Peak, IanWright, May 16, 2018
"Beautiful day for a hike to the summit of Pikes Peak. Sun was out zero precipitation but High winds and cold made taking pictures challenging and undesirable. I started out from the Crags trail head to summit Pikes via Devils playground at 6AM and made it to the summit by 9:05AM as the day warmed up I managed to ditch my gloves and take some pictures on the way back to the trail head. Completion time was just after 12:00 noon. So it was about three hours up and three hours down. " - Pikes Peak, jouv236, Apr 30, 2018
"Flew in Wednesday night from Vegas. Got about 1.5 hours of sleep sitting straight up in the car at the trailhead, then started the hike at 1am. The only real issue we had on the way up was exhaustion due to the lack of sleep. We got rained on for the last few miles back to the trailhead. " - Longs Peak, Kevin, Aug 31, 2017