Grandpa's Bridge Rock Climbing
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DescriptionThis is a large area of short spires and walls that started development in Spring of 2015. The rock quality varies from polished featured granite to chossy pegmatite. In general, the climbing is quite good with varied movement and a variety of styles.
The climbing season is best Fall through Spring. Climbing here in the summer will be hot but not impossible.
Getting ThereFrom Ted's Place drive approximately 32 miles up the Poudre Canyon (CR 14) to a large pullout on the right before Grandpa's Bridge. Or drive one mile farther to a pullout on the right where a river crossing is required.
This area is past the Pingree Park Rd. but before Indian Meadows/Rustic.
Classic Climbing Routes at Grandpa's Bridge
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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