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Thornton - Rock'n Jam'n 1

Thornton - Rock'n Jam'n 1  


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Elevation: 5,280'
Location: 39.86822, -104.97982 View Map  Incorrect?
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The view from the far end of the balcony.

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General Probably one of the best in Colorado with good routes, good atmosphere, great owners. Can be popular.
Phone number 303-CLIMB99 (303.254.6299)
Location 9499 Washington, W side of Washington, S of Thorton Pkwy, Thornton, CO
Parking abundant, free
Hours 12-11 weekdays, 12-8 S, 9-6 Su
Height of Wall 37 ft
Size of wall - 9000 sq ft.
Range of difficulty 5.0 to 5.14a
Number of routes 90 routes, 60-70 boulder problems, probably 45-50 ft
Type of Wall custom
Leading yes, abundant; up to 45 ft in length; starts at 5.9
Bouldering yes, abundant. 1100sq ft. Walls to 12 ft or so
Auto belay 2 available
Other training options Bachar Ladder, aerobic machines, weights, system board, lap pulldowns, weight stack, cycling
Other bonuses rental videos, climbing mags for reading, climbing guidebooks, some gear, even kid's harnesses, some clothes, discounts
Age limitations none; 30 lb minimum
Requirements to certify to belay must pass belay test, lead test; must be 12y old to belay
Rental equipment yes, harnesses, shoes, belay devices, etc. $3.50 harness, $5.50/shoes, $1/belay device, $1/chalk bag, $3.50/kid's harness
Daily rate $15 for normal hours, $10 off hours (start before 3p, after 9p)
Hidden costs none
Hidden savings memberships, punch cards; off hours start of climbing; student nights Fri 8-close, S 5p-close $1/item rental, $5 to get in
Punch cards off hours 10/$75; on hours 5/$60, 10/$105, 20/$185
Memberships $25 initiation fee; available by month; off hrs $189/6mo, $321/y; any hours $270/6mo, $459/y bouldering only off hours $150/6mo $250/y
Classes yes, many types, including stretching (infrequently), intro lesson S, M; lead W qo week
Competitions yes, SW divisionals
Experienced climbers running wall? - yes
Other nice atmosphere, can get busy on winter evenings/bad weather. Occasionally large non-climber classes in gym. Phone available in gym.

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Weather station 2.9 miles from here


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The right side of the lead/TR area, with ground fl...
The right side of the lead/TR area, with ground fl...
The upstairs exercise/training area.
The upstairs exercise/training area.
Lead/TR area - center.
Lead/TR area - center.
The bouldering cave.
The bouldering cave.
The left side of the lead/TR area.  The stairs up ...
The left side of the lead/TR area. The stairs up ...
The systems board, halfway up the stairs to the up...
The systems board, halfway up the stairs to the up...

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By Lee Wilson
From: Cheyenne, WY
Nov 10, 2008
This is a pretty good area. Back when I lived near there, I would climb here quite a bit. There's a lot of routes that are close together. It's pretty popular with the after work crowd as it has light well into the night. Also, more people there during the winter than the summer.

The routes are mostly sport, but there are a few cracks. Natural protection could be tough, but the bolted routes are pretty close by and you can usually clip the bolts. Lots of easy TR access too. There's also an area with cool bouldering. Something for everyone!!!

Lots of new routes going up. There used to be a really good yellow overhanging route...not sure what it's status is though???
By Mike Pharris
From: Longmont, CO
Feb 5, 2009
The bouldering area has just been expanded - they added a small vertical wall where the rope ladder used to be and increased the severe overhang in the back corner.
By Andy B
Sep 28, 2014
Looking for partners: mountainproject.com/v/indoor-w...

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