Massive seen from the east.

Massive from Mt. August, 2007: Taken on Massive during a hike of the West Slopes. I was so happy to have met up with this other group since their GPS was so key in guiding us out of the forest with the lack of trail. The "Massive Massif" boasts underlying summits South Massive, North Massive, and Massive Green.

April, 2007: Mt. Massive, the second highest peak in Colorado, also has the most summits of any 14er. Massive has more area above 14,000 feet than any other mountain in the 48 states, narrowly edging Mount Rainier in that category. and those 14 miles are closer to 15. 360° Panorama from the summit of Mt. Massive.

Mt. Click to view pano. Without a doubt Mt Massive is a much tougher mountain than neighboring Mt Elbert, even though it is shorter in stature.

Thank y'all for watching this video THE TRAGEDY END OF AGAR.IO - MASSIVE CROWDED SERVERS ( AGAR.IO MOBILE ) AGAR CRAZY / TK CRAZY / CRAZY 66 … Stunning views during the entire hike. Massive trail - 1.Cross South Willow Creek after 2 miles and continue another mile before crossing Willow Creek - 3.Continue northwest up a hill and to reach a trail junction at 11,300' and turn left onto the Mt. Mt Massive is a massive mountain (BREAKING NEWS!) Massive Trail - 4.Hike approx. Stand on top of the second highest peak in Colorado.

Hike Mount Massive. It has more area above 14,000 ft than any other Colorado 14er, second only to Mt. Elevation gain: 4500 ft. Originally added by Jeff Richards. Massive is the second highest peak in Colorado and the third highest in the 48 states, exceeded only by California's Mount Whitney and its near neighbor, Mount Elbert. August, 2011: Mt.

June, 2006 (and 2005): Taken on Massive during hikes of the East Slopes.

Rainier in the lower 48 states. Great camping by the trailhead. It's name tells all. Leave the parking area and begin hiking up the Colorado/Mt. Rated 5.0 /5 based on 3 customer reviews Save Review Upload. It has five summits above 14,000 feet on a 3-mile-long ridge. Distance: 13.7 miles roundtrip. Mt.

Challenging yet non-technical summit hike.

June, 2006: Massive seen during a hike of the East Slopes. Oklahoma (13,845').