Rock climbing Rocky Mountain National Park, USA

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Related terms: RMNP, Chaos Canyon, Lower Chaos, Upper Chaos, Jade, The Diamond, Long's Peak

With single and multipitch rock, mixed, and ice routes and world class bouldering in a beautiful alpine setting, and located only a short drive from Colorado's Front Range (Fort Collins to Colorado Springs) and the I-70 Corridor, Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) is one of the best climbing areas Colorado has to offer. People come from all over the world to boulder and route climb here, but be warned, alpine climbing, even alpine bouldering, is a serious undertaking and requires extensive knowledge, experience, and preparation to be done safely. Permits are also required for some climbs and for overnight stays. You can hire a guide or learn more from the Colorado Mountain School, which has locations in Estes Park and Boulder.

This map of rock climbing around Rocky Mountain National Park, USA , is a summary showing Rocky Mountain National Park's indoor climbing gyms and Rocky Mountain National Park's outdoor rock climbing locations. If any of Rocky Mountain National Park's outdoor climbing falls within one of Rocky Mountain National Park's sub climbing areas, including Lumpy Ridge, Lower Chaos Canyon & Emerald Lake, RMNP click through to that sub area to see individual Rocky Mountain National Park boulders & Rocky Mountain National Park outdoor rock walls in that area.

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Outdoor climbing locations, i.e rock walls & boulders in Rocky Mountain National Park


Indoor climbing walls in Rocky Mountain National Park



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