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Mountain Madness Climber

Late Summer Rock Climbs In Red Rocks

Moun­tain Mad­ness would like to invite you to climb with us this fall in Red Rocks. Red Rocks is one of the most diverse climb­ing areas in the world and the fall sea­son is the per­fect time for a trip to the desert. With mod­er­ate tem­per­a­tures, world class climb­ing, and end­less night­time enter­tain­ment Red Rocks is an annu­al migra­to­ry spot for many climbers. Boast­ing every­thing from bolt­ed sport climbs to remote wilder­ness big walls, Red Rocks caters to any climb­ing adven­ture you are look­ing for.

Come and show us your stuff in the desert sun. Dave Ahrens photo

Known as a mod­er­ate climbers’ mec­ca, begin­ner climbers can push the scale of their climb­ing by doing may long routes rea­son­able enough for even the entry lev­el climber. How­ev­er, if you are an inter­me­di­ate climber look­ing to push your­self, the area also offers many great climbs of any grade.

Beau­ti­ful sand­stone for­ma­tions of the Red Rock Canyon NCA. MM photo

Come join us Octo­ber 12 – 16 for one to five days of spec­tac­u­lar climb­ing. Wash­ing­ton rock climb­ing is good through Octo­ber as well, so if you haven’t got­ten out to Leav­en­worth for one of our guid­ed climbs or cours­es, then give us a call! If you can­not make the sched­uled dates please con­tact Jaime Pol­litte at nw@​mountainmadness.​com or call 206−937−8389.

Sport climb­ing and long tra­di­tion­al crack climbs abound. MM photo