Boulder, Colorado has long been a destination for rock climbing. There is seemingly endless quality rock climbing at all grades and for all skill levels. Because of the plethora of rock climbing styles, easy access, and front range comforts, this is THE PLACE to go to learn to rock climb. The best seasons are Spring and Fall, but summer and winter are doable too.
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Day 0: Fly into DIA, shuttle to Boulder Basecamp for comfortable stay. Dinner at one of the 100s of amazing restaurants that fill this foodie city.
Day 1: Warm up with a day of cragging in Boulder Canyon which is a short 15 minute drive from your hotel. Boulder Canyon's excellent granite sport and trad climbs - 1660 different routes - offer something for everyone.
Day 2: Climb a Flatiron on Boulder's skyline via one of the classic east faces.
Day 3: Rest day. Explore the town enjoying food, coffee, yoga, or catching one of the many cultural happenings on CU Campus or Downtown.
Day 4: Climb on the West Ridge of Eldorado State Park. The West Ridge offers classic 2-5 pitch routes making for an excellent training ground.
Day 5: Cap off your week with an ascent of one of the classic Grade III routes in Eldorado State Park such as Ruper, The Yellow Spur, or maybe even the Naked Edge.
Boulder, Colorado is easily accessed by flying into Denver International Airport. From there rental cars, shuttle busses, and public transportation seamlessly get you to your accommodation in Boulder or the surrounding area. We can help set up any of the above, just let us know during the booking process.
We recommend you stay at Basecamp Hotel, located in central Boulder. However, there are many other accommodation options available from luxury hotels and resorts, to more basic accommodation. Camping can be challenging and sparse in Boulder and is not recommended.