Lime Park

Lime Park is a beautiful limestone climbing area in the mountains between Basalt and Eagle. Climbers have been visiting here since the early 90’s. The routes tend to be vertical, technical affairs, with some steeper lines here and there. Someday there will be more routes here, for now there are handful of climbs. Please give this place the respect it deserves, and leave it how you found it.

Tread lightly and use existing campsites. There are a limited number of spots in the canyon itself, if these are full continue down the road you came in on and you’ll find some prime forrest service land for camping.

Have fun and keep this wonderful resource beautiful.

PDF Topos below are courtesy of Nate Adams.

The Prow (pdf)

Punchbowl & North Wall (pdf)

Stategery Wall (pdf)

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Bulldog Creek Dog Walk (IV WI 4+)

Hayden Carpenter and Tom Bohanon recently repeated an obscure ice climb on the south side of Mt Sopris. Given a brief mention in Jack Robert’s ice guide, Bulldog Creek Walk is described as being 100 meters of WI 4. What they found was seven pitches of ice in a remote setting that makes for one […]

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