Red Feather Lakes rock climbing has been shrouded in mystery for over 50 years. Located in Northern Colorado, this stunning granite wonderland is a playground for rock climbers of all styles. This guidebook covers an area of approximately 90 square miles which is filled with crystal clear lakes, huge granite boulders, massive rolling domes and acres of ponderosa forests. The potential for new route climbs and boulder problems is waiting around every turn. Join author Bennett Scott as he opens the door to this largely undocumented climbing area that is perfect for bouldering, trad climbing and sport climbing.
500+ boulder problems
About the Author:
Ben Scott (and a friend prominently featured in this book) wrote his first guidebook for Hinkley/Whipps Ledges when he was in high school in Ohio. He put his learning from a Photoshop class to use, printed a short run at Kinkos, and then traded them all away at a local gear shop for a rope and a bouldering pad! A lifelong passion was born.
Many years later, Ben works as a professional graphic designer in Fort Collins, CO, is the president of the Northern Colorado Climber's Coalition, is a proud father and husband, and has multiple other local guidebooks under his belt. He is also featured prominently in a film co-created by Fixed Pin Publishing and the Northern Colorado Climber's Coalition, #guidebooking.
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