Dominated by the shear Diamond, this multi-faceted peak is composed of the highest quality granite.
One of the most classic rock spires in North America and at a moderate grade to reach this airy summit.
One of the highest and most soaring spires of the high country and RMNP's most inaccessible peak.
The hidden north face contains excellent terrain for steep couloirs and mixed routes with a summit walk-off.
The North Butt is the nearest alpine wall to the road and this perfect gneiss is very climbable at all grades.
An accessible big spire with a spectrum of routes to access this striking summit with no easy descent.
At 13,947' this very triangular peak stands out with its slabby north face that stares down this cold valley.
The east face of this spiked monolith is littered with climbable cracks to a scramble-off summit.
The east and south faces of this challenging peak hold classic snow, ice, and rock routes to a walk-off summit.