Longs Peak definition by Webster's New World
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peak of the Rocky Mountains, in NC Colo.: 14,255 ft (4,345 m)
Origin: after S. H. Long (1784-1864), United States engineer
Longs Peak definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A mountain, 4,347.8 m (14,255 ft) high, in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains in north-central Colorado. It was discovered in 1820.