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Ice Climbing Conditions 12/8/20

Ice Climbing Conditions in the Bighorn Basin As guides routinely working in northern Wyoming’s ice climbing areas, we like to provide conditions updates as a service to the local climbing community. These updates help inform people about their climbing objectives, seasonal conditions, access issues, and potential hazards. As ice climbing in the area becomes more […]

Ice Climbing Conditions 11/6/20

Ice Climbing Conditions in the Bighorn Basin As guides routinely working in northern Wyoming’s ice climbing areas, we like to provide conditions updates as a service to the local climbing community. These updates help inform people about their climbing objectives, seasonal conditions, access issues, and potential hazards. As ice climbing in the area becomes more […]

2019-2020 Ice Climbing Season Recap

This season we were fortunate to work with a large cadre of new ice climbers and enjoyed a long and relatively mild winter in the Bighorn Basin.  Here’s a quick snapshot of our season by the numbers: Days guiding on ice: 28 Vertical feet of ice climbed by our clients: Approximately 16875 Coldest temperature: -8F Warmest […]

Bighorn Ice Climbing Conditions 1/11/20

Ice Climbing in the Bighorn Mountains See the following interactive map for ice climbing locations and our digital guide for route descriptions Ten Sleep: Leigh Creek Falls WI4+ 2 pitches – Fat Ten Sleep Falls WI4 2 Pitches – Out Lower Canyon Creek Ice WI2-3 2 Pitches – In Tapout WI5-6 – Out Shell Canyon: […]

Bighorn Ice Climbing Conditions 12/10/19

Ice Climbing in the Bighorn Mountains See the following interactive map for ice climbing locations and our digital guide for route descriptions Ten Sleep: Leigh Creek Falls WI4+ 2 pitches – In Ten Sleep Falls WI4 2 Pitches – Out Lower Canyon Creek Ice WI2-3 2 Pitches – Out Tapout WI5-6 – Out Shell Canyon: […]

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