Rock Climbing Courses
Rock Climbing Basics–Group trip
Half day climbing course that covers the basics of climbing. Skills covered: Top rope belay, figure eight knot, basics of climbing movement, rappelling, equipment familiarity $49 through your local deal providers.
Rock Climbing Intermediate–Group trip
This is a Full day course that will allow you to take the next step in outdoor climbing. Advanced climbing movement, an introduction to anchor building and climbing site etiquette will be covered. Skills covered: Bolted anchoring vs. Natural anchoring, bowline knot, bunny earn knot, honking knot, industrial top rope anchoring, natural hazards and top rope location placement, climbing stronger longer, and “how do I fit in at the Crag?”. $99 through your local deal providers.
Multi-pitching in the Flatirons!–Group trip
Once you’ve learned the proper skill-set to be a part of a climbing team, join a summit attempt in the flatirons! Get a view of the Front Range that you’ve never had before! $125 per person, 2 max. through your local deal provider.
Course consists of 1 full day and 3 half days covering the fundamentals to follow and lead sport routes. Skills covered: Lead belay, risk assessment and mitigation, sport cleaning, anchor cleaning, rope management, lead strategy, clipping, sport anchors, magic X anchor.
Course consists of 1 full day and 6 half days covering the fundamentals to follow and lead routes requiring traditional gear placement and anchors. Skills covered: Passive and active protection placement, self equalizing anchors, figure eight cord anchors, trad leading technique, rope management, route selection, hanging belays, natural hazards and applied physics.
Rock Climbing Guided Trips
Top Rope Climbing
Half and full days of rock climbing with a guide in a comfortable setting for new climbers. Full day trips generally have a nice hike in to the site.
Multi Pitch Climbing
These climbs are big. So big that we climb up a rope length, set an anchor and then bring you up with us. This is called a pitch, hence the term multi pitch. Multi pitch climbs that we guide in the Colorado area range from 150 to 1,000 feet tall. Classic climbs can be found on the Flatirons, in Eldorado Canyon, and among various granite spires within 30 minutes from Denver. A few classic trips are listed below.
This is a great way to climb the most famous rock formation in the Front Range of Colorado. If you have experience rock climbing this maybe a one day trip for you. If it is your first time then you will spend the first day learning the skills to attempt this 1,000ft rock wall.
This trip is a great way to spend the weekend. The first day you will get out on the rock and climb. Your guide will gain an understanding of your goals and skills while preparing you for the next days summit attempt.