Its eastern wall is the long sharp northern buttress of Longs Peak itself.
They approached it no nearer, but named it Longs Peak, in honor of their leader.
The one risk is that accidental snow obscure the trail; but Longs Peak is not often ascended without a guide.
Longs Peak had been done to every ones satisfaction, and other neighboring peaks had been scaled.
There is no trail to Keyhole, on the great shoulder of Longs Peak, but the ascent can be made.
Longs Peak is directly connected with the continental divide by a series of jagged cliffs.
Longs Peak rises about fourteen thousand two hundred feet high, and towers above the park plateau.
Mummy Mountain in the north and Longs Peak in the south continually gather handfuls of fleecy cloud.
Longs Peak is rocky and not easy to climb, but perfectly safe for man or beast.
The greatest of all the mountains in the park, Longs Peak, has a massive square head.