Lumpy Ridge is an east-west ridge that rises to the north of the Town of Estes Park, Colorado. The granite faces and domes make up one of the most famous rock climbing areas in the United States. The many established technical routes range from 5.0 to 5.14 in difficulty, and climbs from one to 9 leads. Since most rocks are south facing, it is a popular climbing area year round.
This picture is from the summit of Castle Mountain, south of Lumpy Ridge.
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
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