Rock Climbing Staunton State Park
by Matt Clark, Jason Haas, Dave Montgomery, Mike Morin, Amanda Peterson, Eric Schmeer & Kevin Stricker
Staunton is the newest state park in Colorado. This downloadable rock climbing guidebook is your ticket to one of Colorado's newest rock climbing areas! While the area had been climbed before, development was virtually nonexistent until the summer of 2012. During that time, over 60 climbing routes were established, from 5.3 to 5.12+. Most climbs are trad or mixed, but there are also about a dozen sport routes here. Virtually all of those routes were at Staunton Rocks, while the Elk Creek Spires and Lion's Head were left untouched. Download this guidebook to see what's been done and what hasn't so you can nab your own first ascent!
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