Hike 14er's and other Colorado Summits

There may be nothing more iconic to the Colorado summer than climbing a mountain. Whether a 14er (a peak with an elevation of 14,000 feet) or one of the countless other majestic and only slightly shorter peaks mountain climbing runs deep in our culture. Join Sojourner Mountain Guides to climb one of these majestic mountains and you will soon understand why.

From the deep green of pine forests to alpine meadows blanketed in wild flowers. Through pristine ancient valleys carved by massive rivers of ice, over narrow passes, to the towering summits of the Colorado giants; climbing these mountains is a great gift and adventure that you will never forget.

Let us sojourn with you!

Climb Longs Peak

8-12 Hours | Intermediate - Advanced | 1-8 PeoplE

This tour is designed for complete beginners and families with kids with a focus on simply climbing in a safe and comfortable setting. Start off slow with accessible climbs with plenty of hand and foot holds on low angle rock, then advance to more challenging climbs as you get the hang of it. Learn the basic skills of climbing such as tying a "figure 8" knot and belaying. Located at a natural rock wall right in downtown Estes this tour is a great way to start your day's explorations. All equipment provided.

Climb Evans and Bierstadt

6- 10 Hours | Beginner - Advanced | 1-8 PeoplE

 

This tour is designed for folks who want to dive a little deeper into the sport of rock climbing. We will focus on teaching you the foundational skills of climbing as well as finding enjoyable climbs for your level. In addition to climbing we will teach you the invaluable climbers tool for getting off the rocks they ascend: Rappelling. This tour is a great option for folks who have top-roped in the gym and want to begin learning the skill of outdoor rock climbing.

Climb Grays and Torreys

6- 10 Hours | Intermediate - Advanced | 1-8 PeoplE

 

This course is designed for intermediate to advanced climbers who want to expand their skill set to the use of traditional "trad" climbing gear. The focus of this course is in building anchors for outdoor top-ropes or multi-pitch belay stances. Much of this course is spent on the ground learning different anchor set ups and how to use various types of climbing equipment with an emphasis on student practice. All gear is provided but we recomend participants bring whatever personal gear they own.

Climb the high Peaks: 

Rocky Mountain National Park

6- 10 Hours | Intermediate - Advanced | 1-8 PeoplE

 

This course is designed for intermediate to advanced climbers who want to expand their skill set to the use of traditional "trad" climbing gear. The focus of this course is in building anchors for outdoor top-ropes or multi-pitch belay stances. Much of this course is spent on the ground learning different anchor set ups and how to use various types of climbing equipment with an emphasis on student practice. All gear is provided but we recomend participants bring whatever personal gear they own.

Looking for something different?

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