8 miles, 2400 ft. Done...
Got up before the crowds. Took an hour nap on Twin Sister East, explored around, and started down before seeing ANYONE! Pretty dry mountain, but a nice hike.
A LITTLE bit of postholing, but not much.
I wish RMNP would have spent the money they used to buy the land around Twin Sisters for building and maintaining new trails, but a good summit none the less
Sweet day--not too hot, not too cold. Box seat view of Meeker and Longs. A few short snow fields near treeline.
w/ Blair Seidlitz
Great way to get acclimated, with inspiring views!
Hiked up to this excellent viewpoint with petersbike. Beware of the marmots that would like to eat your sandwich.
Good hike, trails was hard snowpack. Windy day, at moments wind was exiting 45 miles per hour. Overall very good hike.
Beautiful half day hike. Nice at the TH and near white out conditions at the top.
a nice hike with great views.
Easy hike and no snow until about halfway up. Would have been easier with snowshoes. Afternoon sun turned deep snow into mush. Cold and windy on top, but a beautiful view.
Took the trail - nice packed snow after an early season storm.
Hiked this overnight during a business trip to Ft Collins... lost the trail in snow around halfway up, just kept hiking uphill. I remember navigating a narrow summit ridge in the fog by headlamp. Back to hotel in time for breakfast...
can't believe I waited so long...
gorgeous day. great views of Longs from the peak(s)
Started late with a fast ascent and good chance of t-storms. Summited North Sis and I began a jogging descent due to approaching weather. This was accompanied by close lightning and hail. Lots of fun with slight concern for my safety.
w/ B. Gibbs. TH 9:35am, Summit 11:10am. Pretty casual switchbacks and a nice view of the diamond :D
But we had to get down because the weather starting coming in fast over Long's Peak
Enjoyed the hike up to the North sister, but didn't have enough time to make the trek south to the other sister. Incredible view of Longs and surrounding area.
Twin Sisters Peak East, Twin Sisters Peak West and Twin Sisters Mountain