Rock Climbing in Colorado
BWR offers rock climbing lessons and guided climbing trips as half-day trips for the beginner or intermediate climber. Our guides will teach you the basics of belaying, rappelling and setting anchors. Whether you want to learn more about the sport so you can do it on your own or you just want to try it for the first time and experience the thrill of climbing, our programs are perfect for you.
We have half-day, morning and afternoon trips available.
Half Day Climbing Trip:
Our half-day climbing trip is a great way to follow an early morning raft trip down our advanced Numbers or Pine Creek sections of river or one of our family-friendly river sections. After you have changed into your dry clothes, we set out for our afternoon climbing and rappelling adventure. Or do it the other way around: climb in the morning and raft in the afternoon on the Numbers or Browns Canyon! It’s a full day of adventure! Climbing takes places on granite cliffs overlooking the Arkansas River. A Colorado experience not to be missed.
Rock Climbing and Colorado Zip Line Tour Package
Half Day Rock Climbing + Zip Line Adventure
Cost: $213 / person
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This is a great way to spend a Saturday in the wilderness of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Start the day off with an adventurous rock climb in the Arkansas Valley. Our experts will show you the basics of belaying and repelling (and of course tying knots) so you can climb your way to the top of a rock face. If you’ve never the climbed before, this course is the perfect introduction. If you’re a climber already, our guides will point you in the direction of more difficult routes to give you a challenge. Once the rock climbing is finished you will break for lunch in the beautiful outdoors. After lunch you’ll take to the trees as you and your group experience Colorado wilderness from above on our zip line yours. These Colorado zip lines are set up in our 44 acre Gold Camp property that is full of both dense forest and rocky terrain. You’ve never seen the Rockies quite this way before and you’ll never forget how breathtaking the view is from above.