Keyhole Route Information
Longs Peak Conditions (as of August 8th, 2014)
Conditions in Rocky Mountain National Park can change at any time. Travelers should expect to encounter rain, hail, sleet, snow, lightning, and any other weather imaginable when travelling in the mountains. Please take appropriate gear to endure these changing conditions. Also, be prepared to turn around when conditions exceed your abilities.
Remember your safety is in your own hands.
Longs Peak Trail
The Longs Peak Trail is now snow free all the way to the Boulderfield. The trail may still be covered in some places by standing water, especially after severe rain and thunderstorms.
Keyhole Route Conditions
The route past the Keyhole is dry and is free of snow and ice. However, there is still a possibility for snow, hail, and ice on route, especially after periods of heavy storm activity and cold temperatures.
Chasm Lake Trail
The Trail to Chasm Lake including the traverse just before the lake are snow free.
For current weather for Longs Peak click the link below.
Did You Know?
Kawuneeche Valley is on the west side of the Continental Divide and channels water into the Colorado River. Kawuneeche means Coyote in Arapaho.