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Estes Park Rock Climbing

If you are looking into a vacation getaway at Estes Park, Colorado you are probably already familiar with how Estes Park is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Estes Park sits right alongside Rocky Mountain National Park, providing you access to countless miles of hiking trails alongside forests, tundra, and sprawling peaks. If you are looking for the best spots to go rock climbing, seek the advice of the professionals at Estes Park Rock Climbing.

Rock Climbing

Rock climbing is just the beginning of what Estes Park Rock Climbing has to offer. Each private rock climbing session can be four, six, or even eight hours in length. This is the best way for beginning and seasoned rock climbers to find the best routes. Each guide will focus on what you need for a successful climb and your own personal interests. Multiple trip options let you have a kid friendly climb for beginning and intermediate trails. Each rock climbing tour includes your own certified guide, ropes, harness, climbing gear, a helmet, rock shoes, and even lunch during the longer trips.

Classic Lumpy Ridge

If you are looking for long and moderate length climbs, check out the Classic Lumpy Ridge Climbs. You will have fantastic views of Longs Peak and Rocky Mountain National Park when you make your way up the granite. The beginner routes are rated 5.5 to 5.8 for an easier climb with the experienced climbs rated at 5.9-5.12.

Longs Peak

For those not familiar with climbing terminology, 14er’s are peaks that are at least 14,000 feet in elevation. Many climbers look to find the best peaks above this elevation level and the Rocky Mountain National Park has one of the most popular peaks to trek. The Longs Peak trek is for more experienced climbers as it is a full day trip up the mountain and includes narrow ridges, sheer drop offs, high alpine tundra, and a boulder field. Once you reach the top you will have incredible views of the Estes Valley and the Front Range. Estes Park Rock Climbing guides are able to keep up with the most experienced hikers for this incredible hike.

Setting Up Your Climb

Plan ahead for your next rock climbing experience by contacting Estes Park Rock Climbing by calling 970-431-8155 or emailing estesparkrockclimbing@gmail.com. You can find their office at 166 S St. Vrain Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517.

Your Journey to Estes Park

You will have the experience of a lifetime when you venture to Estes Park. Find the perfect vacation rental in Estes Park when you book online with us. Each rental features all of the amenities you could ever want. Book online today or call us and let us find the perfect Estes Park rental for your next stay in the Rocky Mountains.