Three of Longs Peaks Routes...

Three of Longs Peaks Routes can be seen in this photo.



The RED line is the class 3 Loft Route.

The BLUE line is a class 4 variation of the route.

The YELLOW line is Keplingers Couloir.

The PURPLE line is the "Narrows" section of the Keyhole Route.



Thanks to Aaron Johnson and Nelson Chenkin for clarified route sketches!

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desainme

desainme - Sep 25, 2003 1:09 pm - Voted 10/10

Very cool photo of routes

Good collaboration on it. I was trying to remember the small rib visible on the Keyhole route. Time to revisit this one.

Nelson

Nelson - Sep 26, 2003 7:50 am - Hasn't voted

Keplinger's couloir

Yes, this came out great, if I don't say so myself!



It would be fun to scramble up Keplinger's couloir, the route of the first recorded ascent in August, 1868. This expedition was led by one-armed Civil War veteran Major John W. Powell. The recon of the couloir was made by an L.W. Keplinger. The following year Powell made his pioneering boat journey down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.

big_g

big_g - Sep 27, 2003 10:46 pm - Voted 10/10

Aaaah

I did the Loft route last year. At the time, I thought a particular stretch was a lot harder than class 3. Now I see that I must have been on that 4th class variation. I know that I did not drop down under that wall.



Thanks for the clarifying photo.

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