Elevation

10,605 ft / 3,232 m

Prominence

485 ft / 147 m

Summits

14 summits

Top climbing months

July   35%

April   14%

June   14%

Most climbed route

Trail

"Getting to the trail head you take the road for Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp off of Colorado Highway 67. From there you go about 4 miles to the trail head which is on the left side of the road. The trail to the summit makes use of the Ring the Peak Trail. The path is heavily traveled and should be easy to follow. Gorgeous 360 degree views from the summit. " - jouv236, Apr 19, 2018
"The original trailhead is closed, drive 1.4 miles down the road to the Ring the Peak trailhead parking lot. You'll pass the Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp, trailhead lot will be on the left after all the campsites. Hike up Ring the Peak until you come to Raspberry Mountain Trail, it will be on the left and is now well marked. Hike is now 5 miles out and back. Enjoy! " - chrism89, Jul 9, 2016
"The original trailhead is closed, drive 1.4 miles down the road to the Ring the Peak trailhead parking lot. You'll pass the Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp, trailhead lot will be on the left after all the campsites. Hike up Ring the Peak until you come to Raspberry Mountain Trail, it will be on the left and is now well marked. Hike is now 5 miles out and back. Enjoy! " - chrism89, Jul 9, 2016
"Not-too-tough 6-miler with breathtaking 360 degree view at the top. Like most peaks the last couple of hundred feet were the toughest and we had to do some class 2 bouldering on that awful Pikes Peak Granite at the very top. Quite a bit of snow on the trail toward the top on this late April day so we had to rely on our predecessor's footprints to keep on the trail and hope they were right. All-in-all an excellent and worthwhile hike, though." - TakinIt2Type2, Apr 28, 2013

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