Twin Sisters, Photo Gallery, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

Twin Sisters

Rocky Mountain National Park

The Twin Sisters ridge runs nearly two miles along the east-central boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. A short but strenuous trail leads to a small saddle, and splits up scrambling routes to the respective summits (11,413' and 11,428'). A landslide caused by the 2013 floods wiped out a portion of trail, and has since been re-routed across and up the far side of the slide. Visitors will enjoy rangy panoramas across Longs Peak, Estes Park and the Continental Divide, along with interesting alpine ecology leading to the summits.

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