Since there isn't any for Kansas I figure I would build something for the state.
I know there isn't much in the Kansas climbing wise, but what there is we need to help pass knowledge so climbers in KS don't feel completely hopeless. It's all about progression!
I've been putting up locations now you only need to get out there and build up the routes!
Follow the yellow brick road
12 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
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Troll Daddy 5.10 Sean Jones
|By Chase Petursburg|
From: Littleton, CO
Dec 10, 2011
The owner doesn't let anyone under 20 climb there!!!
|By Kai Huang|
From: Thornton, CO
Mar 25, 2013
Fortunately or unfortunately that I will have to make a trip from Denver to Kansas City. I am not expecting any climbing, great if there is, but I would be interested in finding out if there is anything to do or see along the way. Also where can I camp over night for cheap or free? If anyone has any suggestions, that would be much appreciated.
Mar 27, 2014
Anybody been out to look at monument rocks area?
Jul 24, 2014
| || Stretch your legs and keep your climbing skills sharp on your way to bigger things. |
| || Just 20 minutes north of I-70, Rock City is a National Natural Landmark that is always open. |
| || Rock City is on your way is you're crossing Kansas to your next mountain destination, North, East, South or West |
Discover Rock City, a National Natural Landmark just 20 minutes north of I-70 on U.S 81 Hwy north of Salina, KS. A great stop for climbers and kids of all ages, Rock City has been a favorite picnic stop for geology buffs and vacationers for over 100 years. There's dozens of rocks worthy of climbing, dozens more to marvel at. These concretions were formed millions of years ago and are preserved by the non-profit Rock City, Inc volunteers for your enjoyment. Nature trail, picnic shelter, primitive restrooms and gift shop on the premises. Cheap camping with electricity and water in Markley Grove Park, the riverside city park in Minneapolis just 3 miles north of Rock City.
| || Rock City Park, Minneapolis, KS |