Rock Climbing Clear Creek Canyon, 3rd edition
by Kevin Capps
Clear Creek Canyon has long been the go-to after work and weekend destination crag for Front Range climbing communities, and with the recent development in the canyon, the area is only becoming more popular. With six new crags and over 80 new routes since the second edition of this book, Clear Creek continues to produce high quality routes and is in the running for one of the best sport climbing areas on the Front Range. The new routes encompass a wide variety of skill levels, so whether you're looking for a new project or wanting to romp up a fun 5.6 multi-pitch, this canyon won't disappoint. With nearly 1,200 routes spanning all grades, you’ll have to decide what’s better - ticking your old project or picking a new one from all the classic options in this book.
Now available on the Sloper Climbing App.
- Routes: 1,200
- Pages: 320
- Year Published: 2020
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