Visitors to Denver will be pleasantly surprised by how far the city has come along as a metropolitan area, but there’s no question that most tourists still come to Colorado for one thing: the Rocky Mountains. And with the foothills only a half-hour drive from downtown Denver, there are many ways to experience them at an entry level. Take a look at our introduction to rock climbing in Denver and start planning your next adventure.
Written by Will McGough
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Have you been rock climbing in the Denver area? What tempts you to the Rockies?
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About the author: WillMcGoughWill Will McGough
Will McGough is a writer focused on all types of travel, from swimming with pigs to parties in ice hotels. He is inspired by the spectrum of ways in which people live their lives in the different parts of the world. He enjoys the idea of waking up every day to new opportunities, new landscapes, and the new feelings that the former inevitably evoke. When not on the road, he makes his home in Denver at the foot of the Rockies, and writes about his adventures on his blog, Wake and Wander (www.wakeandwander.com).