Can I climb to the top of Castle Rock?

The Town does not maintain and has not improved the rock scramble that is the ascent and descent to and from the top of Castle Rock. The Rock has sheer walls that drop 50 feet or more, and previous falls have resulted in serious injury and death. Trail users are not encouraged to leave the designated trail and are ultimately responsible for their own safety.  

Updated Feb. 2, 2024

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1. Mitchell Gulch Park renovations were anticipated to be done by end of summer 2023. Do we have an updated expected date of completion?
2. Does it still cost $600 an hour to use the Millhouse for an event?
3. Is a new park being planned somewhere along Gilbert Street or is a new name being considered for Centennial Park?
4. Would the town consider building another incline or two in town? The one at Phillip S. Miller is so popular it’s hard to find a space. Maybe another incline on that same hill or maybe one on the
5. With the explosion in development and population. Are there plans for another recreation center? The current facility is already over crowded it appears at most peak times.
6. Are e-bikes and dirt bikes allowed on Castle Rock trails?
7. What are you doing with the land by Sovereign and Cherry?
8. Can I climb to the top of Castle Rock?
9. Can the Town construct a staircase to the top of the Rock?
10. Why do Town employees go up on the Rock?
11. Are there any plans to construct a full-sized ice rink in Castle Rock?
12. Are there plans for a year-round simulated snow park at Philip S. Miller Park?
13. What percentage of Castle Rock land is dedicated/protected open space? Is there a map showing these locations?