The Garden of the Gods, one of Colorado Springs’ city parks, is a marvel to the eye and the soul. Offering climbing for all skill levels, the Garden of the Gods is an exceptional location to climb.
North Cheyenne Cañon
A perfect setting for beginning rock climbers of all ages and abilities to learn
- Half-day: 4 hours
- Full-day: 6 hours
- Tailored to any skill level
- Climber groups of two or more are available
- Single Climber (Half Day)
- Single Climber (Full Day)
Rock Climbing in Colorado Springs
North Cheyenne Cañon, a Colorado Springs city park, offers a whole world of climbing excitement in a pristine mountain setting. At first, the granite crags of the canyon may seem intimidating, but they can be conquered with Front Range Climbing Company. These include The Company Wall, a roadside cliff developed in 2012 by Front Range Climbing Company for your adventures.
A perfect setting for beginning rock climbers of all ages and abilities to learn. Want more, let Front Range Climbing Company show you the more challenging routes that North Cheyenne Cañon has to offer. No matter what your skill level, let our professional NOGA certified guides take you, your school, or corporate groups on an exciting adventure right in your own back yard!
North Cheyenne Cañon is also home to Silver Cascade Falls, our primary winter ice climbing location. Click here to find out more about our Ice Climbing Outings.
What to Bring
- Water FRCC highly recommends bringing 2 quarts (2-3 liters) of water.
- Food (snacks/lunch) Along with the water, keeping your body fueled throughout your trip will let you focus on climbing and not you:r stomach. Food a simple as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to high-tech energy bars will keep you going throughout your trip.
- Small backpack: A small backpack allows you to carry your food, water, and other items you need for the day. A backpack versus a handbag lets you freely use your hands while moving around the climbing areas.
- Sneakers/Approach Shoes/Chaco Sandals ™: Most of the climbing areas require a slight hike from the parking area to reach your climbs. FRCC suggests a pair of sturdy sneakers, approach shoes, or Chacos™ to safely get you to the climbs. You can call our office or ask your guide if your footwear is appropriate for your climbing destination.
- Sunscreen: The sun can be intense at all of our climbing locations. FRCC recommends bringing sunscreen to prevent sunburns and other potential sun related issues.
- Sunglasses [optional]: Sunglasses help protect your eyes from the sun throughout the day.
- Camera [optional]: Pictures help you remember your trip. If you have a camera, bring it along and snap away.
- Rain jacket: Summer thunderstorms can occur at any time in Colorado. A light rain jacket will keep you dry in the event of rain.