Best Climbing in Colorado

This list represents the most popular climbing in Colorado. Use this list to plan your next Colorado climbing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This second hike in the Holy Cross Wilderness is a challenging pilgrimage to the summit ...
An easy trail up Mt. Bierstadt followed by a fun scramble over the Sawtooth to the long ...
This is a fun, short scramble on a famous landmark. Driving along US 550, south of Silverton, ...
Quandary Peak Trail is a hiking trail in Summit County, Colorado. It is within White River ...
This ride incorporates the widely popular Grand Traverse Trail on Vail Mountain to access ...
This route is an excellent way to combine the normal route up Meeker with a great, less ...
A trail hike, followed by off-trail scrambling (class 2) to the summit block. A few class ...
Moderate scrambles on two peaks with an interesting 3rd class descent. These two peaks ...
This great peak is one of the few peaks you’ll climb where the summit is undeniably not ...
Truly a classic, this ridge provides an impressive backdrop to Yankee Boy Basin. The spectacular ...
This peak has been described as “a smaller version of Lizard Head Peak.” Certainly, the ...
This relatively short climb provides a good introduction to ridge scrambling. Additionally, ...
The huge granite dome called Buffalo Mountain towers above Dillon Reservoir and the towns ...
If you have a few spare hours while in the Silverton area, consider this climb. It is ...
Longs Peak, Colorado’s fifteenth highest mountain at 14,259 feet high, lords over Rocky ...
A long backpack to a camp below Vestal Lake, and a short steep scramble on 3rd and possibly ...
This is one of the more committing routes in this book, and is a serious undertaking. ...
Babcock Peak to Spiller Peak via the Knife is one of the finest ridge traverses in the ...
An enjoyable climb characterized by one short, difficult section close to the summit. ...
A short, stiff climb on generally loose scree, finishing with exposed scrambling on better ...
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