Red Rock Canyon - Guided Climbing

Technical skills

Moderate

Fitness level

Moderate

Trip length
1 days
choose your start date
Price starting from
$200
per person, excluding flights

Overview

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area -- often referred to as Red Rocks -- is unique in North American climbing.On the walls of these canyons and on the towers and summits which lie between them, you will find some of the longest and best non-granitic climbs in the country. The exceptionally hard, high quality sandstone of Red Rock offers long continuous crack lines and steep, exposed face climbing on fine desert varnish. The canyons and cliffs of Red Rock have retained a true wilderness feeling. There are very few established trails in the area and most of the approaches involve easy cross-country travel, often up isolated, narrow canyons lined with juniper and shaded by the many-hued rock walls which rise above. ...
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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area -- often referred to as Red Rocks -- is unique in North American climbing.On the walls of these canyons and on the towers and summits which lie between them, you will find some of the longest and best non-granitic climbs in the country. The exceptionally hard, high quality sandstone of Red Rock offers long continuous crack lines and steep, exposed face climbing on fine desert varnish. The canyons and cliffs of Red Rock have retained a true wilderness feeling. There are very few established trails in the area and most of the approaches involve easy cross-country travel, often up isolated, narrow canyons lined with juniper and shaded by the many-hued rock walls which rise above.
In addition to hundreds of one-pitch sport climbs, Red Rock boasts an unusually large number of very long, high quality routes of moderate technical difficulty. Many fine climbs of grade III or IV in length lie in the 5.6 to 5.8 range. Some of the harder routes with a difficulty of 5.9 or 5.10 can only be described as desert classics. To take full advantage of the fine climbing these superb, long routes have to offer we recommend a maximum climber to guide ratio of 2 to 1.

Availability

Custom Adventure
Custom adventures are a great way to push your limits, pick your own route, and design a special itinerary
1 days
From $200/day/person

Itinerary

Available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level courses. The standard meeting time is 8am; the days genereally finish at 5pm. 

Questions & Answers

Guiding is available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level climbs.
We strongly recommend the purchase of an insurance plan to protect you from the unexpected.
Not included in cost:Not included in the course cost is all personal clothing and climbing gear, gratuities to guide, transportation, lodging/camping fees, meals while on the course, or travel insurance.
Included in cost:Included in the course cost is group technical climbing equipment, climbing permits, and the guide fee.
Trip length
1 days
choose your start date
Price starting from
$200
per person, excluding flights

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