Simoni did all 105 summits (including the non-ranked but generally accepted 14ers) entirely self-powered and self-supported. He also made a strong effort to document exactly what he did, which is summarized on his website. Several good post-trip articles are linked here: http://longranger.justinsimoni.com/2017/10/01/tour-of-the-highest-hundred-completed/, and his full route was archived on trackleaders.com. The trip was followed by the Colo hiking / climbing community on 14ers.com. Simoni ended up traveling about 2,344 miles with 384,184 feet of elevation gain!
I’m happy to report that the Tour of the Highest Hundred was a complete success! All 105 peaks on the Colorado Centennial list were summited (plus bonus peaks!), in strict self-powered, self-supported style. I have many people to thank that allowed this trip to happen, and I want to also thank YOU for following along! I’m slowly recovering from this amazing adventure, but I will have news of future events and projects soon! LONG MAY YOU RANGE! – Justin Simoni
Note: While Rob Barlow's time was from the first TH (Culebra) to the last (Longs), Simoni including cycling from his house in Boulder, and stopped the clock when he returned home.