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Date Friday  7/9/2021
End Date Friday  7/9/2021
Group Pikes Peak
Event Title N. Maroon Pk. - 14,014'
Start Time 4:00 AM
Status Complete
Leader Mark Silas
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants Standby
Waitlist Participants 3
Type Trip
Trip Type Hike
Pace Moderate
Classification Difficult D
Trail Mileage 9.25
Elevation Gain 4,500
Driving Distance


White River Nat. Forest - near Aspen.  Maroon Lake Trailhead.

For more info Contact

Mark Silas;; home - 719-748-5223 (use this # first); cell - 719-235-7452 (no cell service at residence).


We will start from the Maroon Lake trailhead at 4:00 am.  Bring a good headlamp and a helmet.  See route description for Northeast Ridge on  ( pace means able to climb at least 1,000 vertical feet per hour.  Which means the ascent shouldn't take more than about 5 hours.  The group needs to stay ahead of the typical afternoon storms.  This is one of Colorado's harder 14ers.  Should have some prior experience doing 4th class climbing.                                                                                                                                                          There is a new parking permit system in place at the Maroon Lake trailhead.  The permits for July will go on sale on April 12.  To purchase parking permits go to


Fill out the new online waiver located at:  https:/                      Review and abide by the CMC's current Covid19 protocol:                                                                                            Disclaimer - By signing up for this trip you agree to have your email shared with other participants on the trip.                                                                                                                                                                         Please answer the following questions when responding:  1) Previous class 3 and route finding experience (be specific with peak, date, route, amount of exposure)  2) Last 5 13ers or 14ers climbed and dates