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Rocky Mountain National Park

DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
HIGHLIGHTS
HIGHLIGHTS
PRICE INCLUDES
PRICE INCLUDES

Description

 

Rocky Mountain National Park is without doubt one of the greatest places to climb in Colorado! This high alpine playground has everything from airy ridge scrambles and classic mountaineering routes, to spectacular multi pitch climbing.

Climbing in Rocky Mountain National Park is a big endeavor and we can help make it happen. Most routes involve lots of hiking over rough terrain and strenuous days of moving at altitude. Many of these routes can be done in 1 day, however, we recommend 2 days for most of them.

Most routes are priced beginning at Extreme 1 and up.

Price Includes

 

  • A professionally trained and/or certified AMGA guide

  • All necessary climbing equipment including harnesses, helmets, climbing shoes, belay devices, ropes, and protection

  • Professional guiding and instruction throughout the entire day

Price Excludes

 

  • Transportation. You will be responsible for your own transportation to and from a designated meeting area

  • Gratuity

  • Personal items such as food, clothing, backpack, etc.

  • Entrance fees and parking fees (where necessary)

Highlights

 

  • Climbing in Rocky Mountain National Park is a once in a lifetime adventure

  • Classic routes such as Kiener's and the Petit Grepon

  • An incredible way to see the mountains

  • Some of the best climbing in Colorado

  • 1 or 2 days trips

A few of our favorite climbs in Rocky Mountain National Park:

Rock

  • Spiral Route (5.4, 6 pitches)

  • Blizten Ridge (5.4, 5 pitches)

  • NE Ridge of the Sharkstooth (5.6, 5 pitches)

  • Crescent Ridge (5.6, 4 pitches)

  • Culp-Bossier (5.8+, 8 pitches)

  • Petit Grepon (5.9, 8 pitches)

  • The Saber (5.10b, 8 pitches)

  • The Barb (5.10c, 9 pitches)

  • Lumpy Ridge (5.6 to 5.10)

Snow and Mixed

  • Kiener's Route (5.4, Easy snow)

  • Dreamweaver (5.4, M2)

  • Cables Route (5.5, M2)

  • Dragon's Tail Couloir (WI2, M1, Moderate snow)

  • Flying Dutchman (5.4, WI3)

Prices

Please call or email to inquire.

This is a program organized by Golden Mountain Guides and ran exclusively by Kent Mountain Adventure Center. Kent Mountain Adventure Center is located in Estes Park, CO and is an authorized Rocky Mountain National Park permit holder.

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