Peak(s):  Capitol Peak  -  14,130 feet
Snowmass Mountain  -  14,092 feet
Maroon Peak  -  14,156 feet
North Maroon Peak  -  14,014 feet
Pyramid Peak  -  14,018 feet
Conundrum Peak  -  14,060 feet
Castle Peak  -  14,265 feet
Date Posted:  09/18/2018
Date Climbed:   09/08/2018
Author:  thebeave7
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On September 8th I left the Capitol Creek TH on an attempt to connect all seven of the Elk Range 14ers in a single push. I ended my journey 31:34:52 later at the Castle Creek 2wd TH, successfully setting the unsupported FKT for the connection.

Rather than recreating the whole report I'm simply going to link to my blog write-up. There is a description of the route and trip, including maps and photos of the line. Happy reading :)

Strava route link

Blog link

My GPS Tracks on Google Maps (made from a .GPX file upload):

Comments or Questions
09/18/2018 10:02
Super impressive! Awesome work!

09/18/2018 13:47
I was climbing the S ridge on Snowmass that day and saw someone on the top super early - must have been you.

Still getting after it
09/18/2018 19:11
I remember you from my Boulder days. That's quite an accomplishment. Keep it up.

09/18/2018 19:39
That's totally amazing. Just did Pyramid and that felt like an accomplishment. You're out of this world man!

09/19/2018 08:10
I don't recall seeing posts from you in a while, glad to see you are still out there. And even better, still CRUSHING IT! Very few people could do that traverse at all, let alone with your speed.

Good to see you back
09/19/2018 09:25
Pretty awesome work! Way to go Eric.

Never Left...
09/19/2018 12:44
Just been working on other non-14er projects, mainly 30-60mi lines in the National Parks (and a year off traveling the world)
Thanks guys, one hell of a journey regardless.

Nice push
09/20/2018 11:29
Great work dude!

Super cool!
12/06/2019 15:06
Thanks for the post and the tracks! Hhmmm.......

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