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Lumpy Ridge and Estes Park rock climbs

Scott Kimball

Lumpy Ridge and Estes Park rock climbs

by Scott Kimball

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Published by Chockstone Press in Denver, Colo. (526 Franklin St., Denver 80218) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Estes Park (Colo.),
  • Colorado,
  • Estes Park
    • Subjects:
    • Rock climbing -- Colorado -- Estes Park -- Guidebooks.,
    • Estes Park (Colo.) -- Guidebooks.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementScott Kimball.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV199.42.C62 E834 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination184 p. :
      Number of Pages184
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2316873M
      LC Control Number86198041


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Lumpy Ridge and Estes Park rock climbs by Scott Kimball Download PDF EPUB FB2

Take US 36 to Estes Park. At the intersection of US 36 and US 34 in Estes Park, turn North onto E Wonderview. Pass the Stanley Hotel on the right, then turn right onto MacGregor Ave., which becomes Devil's Gulch Rd.

at a sharp bend right. 1/2 mile later, turn left onto Lumpy Ridge Rd. (there's a good sign for this), and park in the lot at the end.

In the opinion of many, the Book is the finest cliff on Lumpy Ridge. It certainly offers the best non-wide crack climbing (if you like them wide, head for Twin Owls!Many long, striking crack and dihedral lines grace the complex cliff, which rises to heights of '.

Estes Park Rock Climbing is a collection of mountain guides who provide custom outdoor adventures and instruction. Whether it’s teaching climbing skills & technique, or guiding Longs Peak, hiking & snowshoeing, we’re here to get you outside and having fun.

Check out our new climbing gym and. Get out with a rock climbing guide on the classic Lumpy Ridge in Estes Park, Colorado. The climbs are moderately long, two to five pitches on average, and take place in a spectacular setting with views of Longs Peak and Rocky Mountain National Park.

Learn trad climbing skills and technique while mulLocation: South Saint Vrain Avenue Estes Park, CO, United States. Rock Climbing on Lumpy Ridge.

Lumpy Ridge Climbs. 1 Alligator Rock 2 Out West Crag 3 Crescent Wall 4 Triangle Rock 9 Flounder Rock 10 Christmas Crag: 11 Batman Rock 12 Checkerboard Rock 13 Batman Pinnacle 14 Lightning Rock 15 The Book 16 Bookmark Pinnacle 17 Bookmark 18 Left Book 19 Bookend 20 Lens Rock: 21 Pear 22 Sunshine Buttress.

Lumpy Ridge is home to the best granite rock climbs in the state. It is my favorite climbing area and there are hundreds of superb climbs. Most of the climbs are three to six pitches long, and the view from the tops of any of them are alone worth the climb. The scenic Lumpy Ridge escarpment offers classic granite crack and face climbing just minutes from Estes Park, with routes of all difficulties up to five-pitches long.

This granite playground is the perfect summer venue, with varied climbing, interesting approaches and descents, and spectacular views of the high peaks of Rocky Mountain National. The main focus of the book is Lumpy Ridge, whose subalpine granite walls beckon with easy access to climbers first arriving in Estes Park.

Several more obscure areas, with lengthy approaches but worthwhile climbs, are also included and are lumped into two sections called “Estes Valley Rocks” and “The Crags.”. Lumpy Ridge-Estes Park Rock Climbs Paperback – May 1, by Scott Kimball (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Lumpy Ridge is a very popular rock climbing area. As you proceed along the Black Canyon Trail you'll notice several side trails that lead up towards the ridge.

Unfortunately for climbers these areas are also home to a variety of raptors, such as goshawks, peregrine and prairie falcons, red-tailed and Cooper's hawks, as well as turkey vultures.

Colorado Mountain School.