#RMNPPeakProject

Continuing the legacy of the Endless Explorer movement, @ExploringWithUs is once again aiming for the top of the world as we introduce our team to the dramatic peaks that make up Rocky Mountain National Park!
125 Named peaks tower over the terrain, 101 of which over 11,000 feet in elevation. #RMNPPeakProject is our project to hike or snowshoe all of the named peaks in Rocky Mountain National Park and share our incredible journey with the world along the way!

We invite the public to connect with us for the #RMNPPeakProject!

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Your participation by connecting digitally and locally will be our motivation to tough out the storms, and push through the pain to the summits!


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Current Partners

Big thanks to all of our current partners/sponsors, you make this possible!

Learn about Becoming a Partner and our Partner/Sponsor Disclosure.

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ABOUT US

Founded in 2013 as Endless Explorer, we continue to grow as a digital outdoor adventure organization.  We are committed to bringing our audience the most dated and relevant content in outdoor adventures and exploration. Follow along with our nature and landscape photos, trip reports, guides, and much more!

Our transition to the ExploringWith.us domain was a natural one, as it is vividly represents our mission, that is, to provide a means for our audience to literally connect and Explore With Us. Meet the Team.

We are currently in the filing process for organizing Exploring With Us as a federally recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit. We aim to offer public photography workshops and naturalist education.

Exploring With Us is formally drafting a request to Google Inc, for their loaner Trekker program. This program is leading the way in mapping the hard to reach places around the globe.  Learn More about the Google Trekker and Trekker News.


ABOUT ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK

The Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) located in the north-central region of Colorado needs little introduction as one of the most beautiful national parks in the US. Encompassing more than 265,000 thousand acres and several high country eco-system’s RMNP features majestic mountain views, forested valleys, mountain lakes, alpine tundra, and a wide range of plants and animals.

Widely known as a hiker’s paradise,  Rocky Mountain National Park has about 350+ miles of hiking trail and is home to the longest continuest paved highway in the country (Trail Ridge Road). Trails range from very accessible, casual day hikes to arduous and technical ascents/treks up to a number of incredible peaks. This beautiful landscape and incredible backcountry access just an hour and a half from Denver is reason why Rocky Mountain National Park has grown to be such a popular destination. Presently the park is the nation’s fifth-most visited national park, boasting over 4 million visitors in 2015.


#RMNPPeakProject

See what has been completed so far in bold.

1 14,255 Longs Peak
2 13,911 Mt. Meeker
3 13,579 Chiefs Head Peak
4 13,560 Hagues Peak
5 13,514 Ypsilon Mountain
6 13,502 Fairchild Mountain
7 13,497 Pagoda Mountain
8 13,425 Mummy Mountain
9 13,400 Rowe Peak
10 13,327 McHenrys Peak
11 13,326 Storm Peak
12 13,310 Mt. Alice
13 13,281 Mt. Lady Washington
14 13,208 Powell Peak
15 13,184 Rowe Mountain
16 13,176 Mount Copeland
17 13,153 Taylor Peak
18 13,138 Ogalalla Peak
19 13,118 Isolation Peak
20 13,069 Mt. Chiquita
21 12,949 Desolation Peaks
22 12,940 Mt. Richthofen
23 12,929 Mt. Julian
24 12,922 Stones Peak
25 12,880 Mt. Ida
26 12,848 Elk Tooth
27 12,810 Howard Mountain
28 12,804 Chief Cheley Peak
29 12,797 Mt. Cirrus
30 12,760 Cracktop
31 12,725 Mt. Cumulus
32 12,718 Terra Tomah Mountain
33 12,716 Ouzel Peak
34 12,713 Hallett Peak
35 12,713 Sprague Mountain
36 12,706 Mt. Nimbus
37 12,709 Comanche Peak
38 12,668 Thatchtop
39 12,640 Arrowhead
40 12,632 Mahana Peak
41 12,630 The Sharkstooth
42 12,575 The Spearhead
43 12,571 Mt. Dunraven
44 12,565 Andrews Peak
45 12,560 Static Peak
46 12,537 Lead Mountain
47 12,520 Mt. Stratus
48 12,489 Specimen Mountain
49 12,486 Otis Peak
50 12,480 Hayden Spire
51 12,466 Sundance Mountain
52 12,454 Mt. Chapin
53 12,420 Tanima Peak
54 12,397 Baker Mountain
55 12,375 Watanga Mountain
56 12,363 Ptarmigan Point
57 12,360 Tepee Mountain
58 12,335 Flatiron Mountain
59 12,331 Knobtop Mountain
60 12,324 Ptarmigan Mountain
61 12,324 Flattop Mountain
62 12,280 Green Knoll
63 12,274 Snowdrift Peak
64 12,258 Fall Mountain
65 12,228 Lulu Mountain
66 12,216 Nakai Peak
67 12,200 Dragons Egg Rock
68 12,200 Pilot Mountain
69 12,200 The Cleaver
70 12,200 Eagles Beak
71 12,162 St. Vrain Mountain
72 12,148 Stormy Peaks
73 12,129 Notchtop Mountain
74 12,121 Mt. Adams
75 12,120 Sugarloaf Mountain
76 12,044 Battle Mountain
77 12,040 Thunder Mountain
78 12,026 Skull Point
79 12,007 Mt. Craig
80 11,957 Twin Peaks
81 11,939 Gabletop Mountain
82 11,909 Marmot Point
83 11,831 Mt. Dickinson
84 11,724 Mt. Neota
85 11,724 Mt. Orton
86 11,704 Jackstraw Mountain
87 11,632 Meadow Mountain
88 11,605 Red Mountain
89 11,586 Little Matterhorn
90 11,582 Ramsey Peak
91 11,482 Half Mountain
92 11,463 Bighorn Mountain
93 11,428 Twin Sisters Peaks
94 11,424 Mt. Patterson
95 11,376 Twin Sisters Mountain
96 11,317 Shipler Mountain
97 11,254 Mt. Tileston
98 11,248 South Signal Mountain
99 11,078 Joe Mills Mountain
100 11,034 Mt. Bryant
101 11,006′ Estes Cone

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