Gore Mountain Range Rock Climbing
The Gore Range is one of the most untouched and unused areas in Colorado. The mountains often have long approaches, unpredictable weather, and require a full alpine skill set to safely access.
The range can be accessed from Silverthorne, Vail, and up CO Hwy 9 to Heeney. There are many trails that access this area and are well maintained. However, once you leave the trail, all bets are off as to what you will find.
Weather station 6.5 miles from here
10 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Gore Mountain Range
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Gore Mountain Range:
Featured Route For Gore Mountain Range
Ripsaw Ridge 5.0 2- 4 I 6 MM 1c Colorado
: Alpine Rock
: ... : Peak C
The traverse includes Peak C, D, E, F, and G. C', H, and Black are optional. The Rockinghorse Ridge picks up prior to West Partner, and then the Partners Traverse.Start at Piney Lake and gain Peak C via the NW ridge (5.4), the West ridge (class 3), the West couloir (moderate), or North Face (5.7+). Traverse the ridge in classic Gore style, staying proper or utilizing bypasses on the right/West side as necessary - choose your own difficulty, but expect 5.0 minimum depending on route finding.The t...[more] Browse More Classics in Colorado
Gore Range at sunset, with the Thorn illuminated.
Red Mountain, Gore Range.
Sunset, Gore Range, April 23.
Sunset, Gore Range, Nov. 14.
Gore Range and Buffalo at sunset.
Moon over the Gore Range.
Gore Range from summit of Ptarmigan Peak.
Sunrise over Buffalo Mountain and Gore Range, stea...
Sunset, Gore Range, April.
Sunset, Gore Range, April 23, later.
Buffalo, left, and Gore range, at sunset.