A three mile hike in from Dog Canyon Campground with a 1400 ft. elevation gain.The last bit of the climb is an easy scramble to the summit.
|Range/Region:||Southwest Basins and Ranges|
|Best months for climbing:||Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Oct, Nov|
|Year first climbed:||N/A|
|Nearest major airport:||El Paso, TX.|
|Convenient Center:||Queens, NM.|
Thanks to Steven P. Sanborn for adding this peak.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 6 trip reports for Lost Peak.
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- Log #16998 - by
Mike Ashley on Nov 28, 2003In the middle of Gods living room I stood on the top of Lost Peak overlooking the spectacular sunset!
- Log #16999 - by Peter F Gala, Jr. on Sep 03, 2003Summating Longs Peak was the hardest thing physically that I have ever done. I got a bad case of altitude sickness on the way down and I thought I would never make it. If it was not for a good friend...
- Log #17000 - by
Earl on Aug 30, 2003Got up early, no traffic. Good climb. Great view.
- Log #17001 - by Jeff Hunter on Aug 10, 2003This was a goal of my best friend for years and came my goal last year. Everything that went wrong did and we still climbed it. My first fourteener and not my last.
- Log #17002 - by stephen buser on July 11, 2003I climbed Longs Peak in August 2000 and again in August 2001....we left the trail head at about 2:00 a.m....not fast hikers but really enjoyed the beauty of the sunrise and getting to the summit...
- Log #17004 - by Steven P. Sanborn on Dec 31, 2001Camped overnight near the summit, counted 9 deer grazing just below the peak at dusk.