Longs Peak (14,259 ft / 4,346 m)
The highest and best known summit in Rocky Mountain National Park, Longs Peak ranks fifteenth in elevation among Colorado's mountains (of which there are 53 above 14,000 feet). It is one of the most prominent mountains in Colorado, rising 9,000 feet (2,700 m) above the western edge of the Great Plains.
Next week, my Rocky Mountain series continues... but with a more intimate view, as I focus in on the Tundra and it's remarkable flora.
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