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Twin Sisters Peaks Trail

US Hwy 7, access road to trailhead is the dirty road adjacent to the Lily Lake Vistor, Center parking lot., Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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Fantastic morning climb

This is a relatively busy trail. I started up at 7:15 am and there were a dozen cars already at the... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2017
annewoodrick
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Cedar Falls, Iowa
Great hike

Steep and challenging, but the view from the top is magnificent. Bring a walking stick and good... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
Chuck S
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Colorado
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US Hwy 7, access road to trailhead is the dirty road adjacent to the Lily Lake Vistor, Center parking lot., Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

This is a relatively busy trail. I started up at 7:15 am and there were a dozen cars already at the trail head. Well marked trail. Steep in places-especially just after you cross the rock slide area. I used a hiking stick, which helped with...More

Thank annewoodrick
Reviewed 17 July 2017

Steep and challenging, but the view from the top is magnificent. Bring a walking stick and good hiking boots, a little treacherous across the landslide area from a few years back, and then after that it is almost straight up before another switch back.

Thank Chuck S
Reviewed 21 June 2017

My buddy and me rode Harleys to Pikes Peak from Aurora. See my other reviews for the full trip itinerary and places to stay and eat. This was an incredible experience. Along the way up there are many areas to stop and take a break...More

Thank caymankid
Reviewed 10 February 2017

WOW! What a view. This hike is definitely worth the effort. Besides the obvious view at the top, the rock slide is also a sight. I read other reviews that said the trail is difficult to find around this area but we didn't seem to...More

Thank nialeggio
Reviewed 9 September 2016

Easy access from rt 7 outside Estes Park. Roadside parking can fill up so start as early as you can. Great hike. Approx 7.6 miles from where we parked, about 1300 ft of gain. You cross through forest, scar of a big avalanche/wash-out, and through...More

Thank 2gonesomewhere
Reviewed 12 July 2016

I loved this hike because I really felt like I earned the breathtaking views I experienced from the top. My friend I was traveling with actually wasn't feeling well when we started the hike so he turned back and I decided to continue on this...More

1  Thank Texas_suz
Reviewed 20 June 2016

This is a fairly rugged trail with some steep sections and lots of rocks. Make sure to take plenty of water, especially if leaving later in the day (in summer). Well marked and pretty well maintained as well as popular, should not be trouble to...More

1  Thank bgins
Reviewed 2 January 2016

Awesome views of longs peak and the mountain range. This trail is south of Estes park. There is not much parking so go early. The trail is quite strenuous especially around where the land slide took place. The new trail is very well marked.

Thank wiesmant
Reviewed 11 October 2015

This is moderately difficult hike with an amazing panoramic view at the top. Well worth the 3.5 mile, 2000 foot vertical trek to the summit. The hike can be described in 3 sections. The first takes you from the trailhead to the landslide, and is...More

4  Thank Scott P
Reviewed 21 August 2015

The trail can be fairly rough at times. There is a large section of switchbacks that washed out during the flood of 2013. Once you cross over the washout you have to go straight up the mountain in several places. Once above treeline you still...More

Thank Trenton H
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