Flattop Mountain (12,332′), Rocky Mountain National Park

Flattop Mountain is accessed from Bear Lake Trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park. Built in 1925, and rehabilitated in 1940 with Civilian Conservation Corps labor, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. GPX Download GPX File – Read More …

Sky Pond (10,900′), Rocky Mountain National Park

Begin at the Glacier Gorge trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park and follow a well maintained trail to Timberline Falls. The trail ends there and you must scramble up the side of the falls to continue past The Lake of Read More …

Mt Democrat (14,148′) , Mt Cameron (14,238′), Mt Lincoln (14,148′), and Mt Bross (14,172)

DeCaliBron” (Mt Democrat, Mt Cameron, Mt Lincoln, Mt Bross) provides an opportunity to do four Fourteeners in one day. The linkup involves a fairly steep hike up Mt. Democrat, followed by a  prolonged walk along several ridges. GPX Download GPX Read More …

Twin Sisters (11,428′), Rocky Mountain National Park

The Twin Sisters ridge runs nearly two miles along the east central boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. From the summit there are panoramic views of the eastern plains, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Longs Peak. The trail travels through heavily Read More …