Climbing in Cheyenne Canyon is available year round weather permitting. Generally the best time to climb is in the late spring, summer and fall. It's often too cold in winter for rock climbing but check out our ice climbing programs.
|1 Guide||Half Day (4 hours)||Regular Day (6 hours)||Full Day (8 hours)|
|2 guides to keep low ratios for the best experience!|
Rates are per person, e.g. 3 people for a Regular Day would be $259/person for a total of $777. Trip start times are custom but generally we recommend 8AM starts for most rock climbing May through September to avoid heat, crowding, and afternoon thunderstorms.
Discount Information: We appreciate our guests but discounts are limited to the following and cannot be combined with any other offer.
Early Bird Discounts and Last Chance Pricing: Book early and save! Schedule any rock climbing trip a month or more in advance for a 10% discount. Any trip booked with less than 48 hours notice incur a $100 convenience fee.
Bundle Pricing: The ultimate way to get started climbing! Purchase 3 or more days of climbing guiding or instruction at once for a 10% discount. Schedule at your convenience.
Cheyenne Canyon is located on the southwest side of Colorado Springs in the southern Front Range. Colorado Springs Airport is the most convenient airport about half an hour from the park and serves most of the continental US. For international travelers and those not sticking around the Colorado Springs area Denver International Airport is the most commonly used airport.
North Cheyenne Canyon is a cooler granite area in the Front Range that has a number of nice introductory multipitch climbs. There are also a variety of single pitch climbs hidden amongst the pines to keep one busy.
|Climb Name||Climb Description|
|Cracks Parallel (5.7, 2 pitches)||For being just a few feet from the car this slab has a few hundred feet of stellar moves that will have you dancing up the crystals. From the top climbers can slide down the gully to any number of other enjoyable climbs.|
|Supersonic (5.9, 2 pitches)||A great climb to do after warming up on Hanging Gardens. The start is the same up rambling granite before heading out on some clean panels of granite to a bolted anchor at the top. From there climbers rappel past where they started into another gully.|
|Full Meal Deal (5.10c, 2 pitches)||Another clean panel of granite for those willing to work up the hill and find it. While possible in a single long pitch it's generally better as two with polished granite slab being the order of the day.|
-Group climbing equipment (ropes, carabiners, etc).
-Individual climbing equipment (harness, helmet, climbing shoes, and belay devices).
-Guide with AMGA Training and Certification for climbing and instruction.
-Transportation to climbing sites or any sort of lodging.
-Personal clothing and footwear.
-Personal snacks and water.
-Other costs not associated with services provided by The Colorado Climbing Company.
If for some reason you need to cancel your course or trip outside of 30 days you will receive a full refund less service charges to cover our costs incurred. For trips less than $500 this service charge is $50 and for those more than $500 this service charge is $100 or 10% of the trip cost, whichever is greater. If you must cancel within 30 days of the course or trip a refund of 50% will be given. All balances are due in full before the start of any course or trip and no refunds will be given beyond the course or trip date. In the case of unsafe conditions, weather or other circumstances beyond our control we will do our best to reschedule or issue a credit for a future trip. If this isn't possible you will receive a refund less the previously outlined service charges.
This is another locals spot in the Front Range at the edge of Colorado Springs. With granite spires rising a few hundred feet there are a variety of climbs for those just learning to climb. While primarily a sport climbing area there are enough crack features to help people learn to trad climb or sport climb. This canyon tends to stay cooler than the rest of Colorado Springs and makes a great place to escape the heat in it's pine forests with North Cheyenne Creek tumbling down from Pikes Peak. The waterfall hikes that are so pleasant in the summer also make for great ice climbs here in the winter.