Photo by Aubrey Additon: Arapahoe basin from Sout...
Mount Neva is an easily accessible 12,814' peak in the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Neva has several pleasant rock scrambles (including the "classic" 4th class North Ridge) and moderate snow routes. The northeast face of Point 12,700 (a subsidiary peak on the North Ridge) looks clean and solid, and might hold the potential for some technical routes.
Most of the reported climbs are accessible from the Fourth of July trailhead. Arrive early to secure a parking spot. To reach the trailhead, head south through Nederland on Colo 119 and take the right turn for Eldora. Continue for a little over 3 miles, forking to the right past the turn for the Eldora Ski Area, heading instead toward the small town of Eldora. Head west through Eldora for approximately 1.5 miles on a dirt road to another fork. Take the right fork and continue up the dirt road (slightly rough in spots) for another 4.5 miles or so to the trailhead parking lot.
Weather station 9.1 miles from here
4 Total Routes
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Begin at the 4th of July Trailhead and hike up to Arapaho Pass. From here, angle south and west, and hike around the east and south end of Lake Dorothy into the northeast cirque below Mt. Neva. Climb the Juliet Couloir which is the southernmost path of least resistance perpendicular to the ridge. It will be 1 or 2 Couloirs to the left of one with a Cornice. Be prepared to take the North Ridge as a possible Descent (Class 4)....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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Difficult to see but our ski tracks desnced the fa...
Almost there, we decended to the left
BETA PHOTO: Neva from South Arapahoe
By Anonymous Coward
Jun 20, 2005
Neva via beeline from Lake Dorothy. Left TH at 0300. No snow until below the 4th of July mine flats. Some postholing up to thigh on snow (trail) below Quarter-to-Five Peak. Summited at 0645. Higher angle snow below summit was softening noticably by 0700. Many point releases, some deadly-large, had occured within the past 1-2 days.
By Jeff Barnow
From: Boulder Co
Sep 9, 2005
Great for a mid to late June July ski. My advise would be to bring crampons and an axe depending on your approach and perhaps go a little lighter on the gear than we did.