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Best Climbs Rocky Mountain National Park
by Stewart M. Green (Falcon Guides)
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 Loveland and Estes Park. The crag, a shield composed of hard granite, yields excellent climbs that edge up steep slabs, jam discontinuous crack systems, and swing over blocky roofs. The easily accessible cliff, approached by a short trail, is sunny and sheltered, making it an ideal outing in autumn or spring.
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