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Longs Peak

 (lôngz, lŏngz)
A mountain, 4,345 m (14,255 ft) high, in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains in north-central Colorado.

Longs Peak

n
(Placename) a mountain in N Colorado, in the Front Range of the Rockies: the highest peak in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Height: 4345 m (14 255 ft)

Longs′ Peak′

(lɔŋz, lɒŋz)
n.
a peak in N central Colorado, in Rocky Mountain National Park. 14,255 ft. (4345 m).
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Belfast, director of the Cambridge Observatory, and reached the station of Long's Peak, where the telescope was erected which brought the moon within an apparent distance of two leagues.
That very night a telegram was sent from the station of Long's Peak by Joseph T.
One single hypothesis of the observers of Long's Peak could ever be realized, that which foresaw the case of the travelers (if still alive) uniting their efforts with the lunar attraction to attain the surface of the disc.
All the necessary apparatus was consequently sent on to the summit of Long's Peak, in the territory of Missouri.
Construction from Mary's Lake Road to Long's Peak Road will require an additional one-lane closure for the week.
Darkness swept over Yellowstone and the Wind River Range, down through Medicine Bow and into Colorado, crossing Long's Peak, then Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, and Oklahoma Indian Country before entering the Gulf of Mexico between Galveston and New Orleans.
The view from the summit of Long's Peak, Colorado, comes from Joshua Brock.
The legacy of his books lives on almost a century after he began a nature guide school on the slopes of Long's Peak in Colorado.
Some trails are extremely strenuous, such as the one to the top of Long's Peak (14,255 feet).
Michael Blumm's spirited defense(1) of the Long's Peak Report,(2) which he helped to author, deserves a reply.
Use of natural topography maintains a panoramic view from Pikes Peak to Long's Peak. Open space fingers filter through the property along gulches.