Completions

“Fortune sides with him who dares.” – Virgil

Please email me with more information on past completions, or future attempts!

2016

Joe Grant, 31 days, 8 hours, 33 minutes

Grant summited 57 14ers (purposely skipping Mt. Bross); Grant also took the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad tracks instead of the highway, which is a bit of a gray area legally (verification?), after getting advice from a photographer following him.

2014

Justin Simoni, 34 days, 12 hours, 26 minutes

Simoni summited 58 14ers and his trip was the first modern bikepacking trip of this type; using lightweight bikepacking bags, rather than pulling a trailer.

2009

Bart Miller, ~49 days

In the Denver Post article, Miller is said to have summited 53 peaks, skipping Culebra Peak

2005

Nick Ehrhardt and David Paquette, ~ 2 months?

 

1995

Roy Benton, 37 days, 12 hours

More information of this trip would be greatly appreciated.

1985

Glen and Pete Dunmire

The Dunmires are not only the first to have recorded a trip of the 14ers by bike, they’re also the first to have recorded a self-powered trip of the 14ers of any kind!

“Between July 29 and September 27 of that year, Estes Park locals Glen and Pete Dunmire climbed all of the 14ers (Culebra included) by bike.”