Jurassic Park

Estes Park, Colorado

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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 compact area’s half-dozen cliffs. Besides offering fun climbing, Jurassic Park also boasts some of the best climbing views in the Rocky Mountain National Park area, with stunning vistas of Longs Peak to the south.

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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 compact area’s half-dozen cliffs. Besides offering fun climbing, Jurassic Park also boasts some of the best climbing views in the Rocky Mountain National Park area, with stunning vistas of Longs Peak to the south."

Activity Type: Climbing
Nearby City: Estes Park
Season: Rocky Mountain National Park’s weather conditions and temperatures vary dramatically. High elevations are cool and wet, while low elevations are drier and warmer. The best season for alpine climbs runs from June through August. May and September, depending on snow and weather conditions, can offer d
Local Contacts: Rocky Mountain National Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Jurassic Park

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May 2018