We operate out of many different locations across the Front Range of Colorado and Utah. Most locations we guide are great for both beginners and experts alike; however, some are more suited to Full Days. Not sure which location is best for you? Contact us HERE.
North Table Mountain
This conveniently located climbing area is well known across the Front Range for its volcanic rock, abundance of both trad and sport climbing, and beautiful views of downtown Denver. An excellent winter/spring destination.
Clear Creek Canyon
Located just minutes out of Golden, Clear Creek Canyon hosts over 12 miles of spectacular sport climbing on amazing rock with short approaches. There are both single and multi pitch climbs of all different difficulties here.
Bullet proof granite and stellar cracks make this an awesome place to climb or work on skills. Located just west of Boulder, this is an area steeped in climbing history.
These magnificent sandstone formations soar into the air and dominate the skyline of Boulder. Long multi pitch routes and unique summits are only a small taste of what the Flatirons have to offer.
Magnificent yellow, red, and orange sandstone walls touch the sky in every direction. There is something here for everyone from long, adventurous routes, to exhilarating “old school trad lines.”
Long slab routes, moderate crack climbing, and big approaches. This is why we rock climb. Located in the South Platte, Cathedral spires boasts some of the best crack climbing near Denver.
Staunton State Park
Deep in the heart of the South Platte lies Colorado’s newest State Park. Incredible sport climbing, moderate trad routes, and breathtaking views are sure to please.
Big desert towers, splitter cracks, and unlimited cragging are just a few of the options Moab has to offer. There is plenty of trad, sport, and bigwall climbing here to last a lifetime.
Rocky Mountain National Park
One of Colorado’s most spectacular National Parks! Alpine rock climbing, mountaineering, hiking, and world class ice climbing all within a short drive from Denver. Incredible climbing and phenomenal views!
Golden Gate Canyon State Park
This spectacular state park features airy ridge scrambles, steep sport climbing, unique summits, and an incredible backdrop. Longer approaches tend to keep the crowds down and provide a secluded mountain experience.
It’s not often you get to ice climb on a Colorado 14’er. Located 20 minutes south of Breckenridge, this venue has steep ice pillars, delicate mixed climbing, and moderate multi pitch ice climbing.