Best Climbs Rocky Mountain National Park  by Stewart M. Green

Best Climbs Rocky Mountain National Park Guide Book

by Stewart M. Green (Falcon Guides)
Best Climbs Rocky Mountain National Park  by Stewart M. Green
Ideal for both local and visiting climbers who want to hit as many select climbs as possible in a weekend or a short visit, Best Climbs Rocky Mountain National Park provides accurate, to-the-point route descriptions complemented by color maps and detailed topos. Longtime Colorado climber Stewart Green filters out more than 100 first-rate routes, from the popular Keyhole Route on Longs Peak to Jurassic Park, a jumble of granite fins perched high on a mountainside. Also included are entertaining sidebars on local climbing history and trivia.

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Trails from the "Best Climbs Rocky Mountain National Park" Guide Book
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Combat Rock, a south-facing 250-foot-high cliff, perches on the north side of Bobcat Gulch, a steep canyon that drops south to the narrow valley of the North Fork of the Big Thompson River between Lov ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing
The steep northeast face of 12,713-foot-high Hallett Peak towers west of Bear Lake, forming one of Rocky Mountain National Park’s most beautiful mountain vistas. The face’s three buttresses, composed ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing - Trail Length: 5.4
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Jurassic Park, a jumble of granite fins, slabs, and faces, perches high on a mountainside above Lily Lake, south of Estes Park. A varied selection of singlepitch, bolted sport routes ascend the compac ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing
Longs Peak, Colorado’s fifteenth highest mountain at 14,259 feet high, lords over Rocky Mountain National Park as its highest and most famous peak. Longs Peak dominates the park as well as the norther ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing - Trail Length: 13.2
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Lumpy Ridge, lying in the northeastern sector of Rocky Mountain National Park and north of Estes Park, offers a sunny climbing playground with over thirty-five named crags on its 3-mile-long south-fac ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing
MacGregor Slab is an impressive 600-foot-high granite shield pasted on the southwest slopes of Mac-Gregor Mountain, northwest of Estes Park. The southwest-facing slab, looming above the Fall River Ent ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing
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Loch Vale, one of Rocky Mountain National Park’s most scenic spots, descends northeast from the Continental Divide, dropping past alpine tarns and dense evergreen forests. Icy Brook, originating from ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing - Trail Length: 9.95
Spearhead perches above Glacier Gorge, an alpine basin flanked by ridges and cliffs, carpeted with meadows and forests, and dotted with lakes. The Spearhead lifts its pointed 12,575-foot-high summit a ...
Estes Park, CO - Climbing - Trail Length: 10.1
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