RMNP Alpine Climbing
Rocky Mountain National Park hosts some of the most classic alpine climbing routes in North America, offering 4 seasons of climbing for all abilities. During the summer, the rock climbing in the park is a great way to escape the heat and explore the mountains. Join us for a classic alpine rock climbing adventure with beautiful mountain views, high exposure, and challenging ascents. The summer temperatures are often ideal for rock climbing, though common afternoon thunderstorms later in the season require early starts.
If you're looking to escape the summer crowds and afternoon thunderstorms, the winter alpine climbing in RMNP is an entirely different affair. With solitude, colder temperatures, and a combination of snow, rock, & ice a winter alpine adventure is truly unforgettable. Ice climbs, such as Alexander's Chimney, are often in best shape during late autumn before the deep snow and higher avalanche danger arrives. Steep snow climbing, such as the SE Face of Flattop, Ptarmigan Fingers, or Dragontail Colouir can be great during the fall-spring when the snow is firm and supportable. Contact us to find out about current conditions and schedule your climb today!
DATES: Year round
INCLUDES: Professional guide and group climbing equipment (rope, protection, and anchor material)
DOES NOT INCLUDE: Transportation, meals, lodging, personal climbing equipment, personal clothing, personal camping equipment, travel insurance, and guide gratuity
COST: Varies based on objective, please contact for more information and a price quote
Splitter Alpine Adventures offers guided climbs in Rocky Mountain National Park through a concession issued to San Juan Mountain Guides.