Mt Democrat, Mt Cameron, Mt Lincoln and Mt Bross are four peaks located in the Mosquito Range of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, USA. The hike to all four peaks is a challenging and strenuous backpacking trip or a long day hike, and requires a good level of physical fitness and proper preparation. The trailhead is located near the town of Alma, Colorado and the round trip hike is approximately 7.3 miles and elevation gain is about 3,400 feet.
The hike starts at the Kite Lake Trailhead and follows a well-defined trail through alpine tundra and rocky terrain to the summits of Mt Democrat (14,148 ft), Mt Cameron (14,238 ft), Mt Lincoln (14,286 ft), and Mt Bross (14,172 ft). Along the way, hikers can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding peaks and valleys. The summits offer panoramic views of the nearby mountain ranges and the valley below.
This trail is a popular destination for experienced hikers and mountaineers, but it is important to note that the high elevation and steep inclines can make the hike challenging. Hikers should bring plenty of water, food, and appropriate clothing and gear for changing weather conditions. Hiking to all four peaks requires a good level of physical fitness and proper preparation.
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This trail can be completed in approx 1 days. Caution is advised on trail times as this depends on multiple variables. For more info, click here