Your guides to the best of rock climbing in Wyoming

Wyoming is home to some of the best rock climbing areas in the country, from the granite monoliths of Vedauwoo to the limestone walls of Ten Sleep Canyon, with a wide selection of unique rock formations.  This most geological of states is a great place to learn the ins and outs of rock climbing safety systems, hone your climbing technique, and enjoy the countless number of classic rock climbs Wyoming has to offer.

Guide Zayne Hebbler teaches rappel safety in Vedauwoo
Advanced Vedauwoo Youth Climbing Camp participant tops out pitch 3 of Moor’s Crossing (5.6) at Reynold’s Hill
Day 2 of an Intro to Rock Climbing Course in Crazy Woman Canyon
Topping out pitch 1 of Stinkzig (5.7) at the Nautilus
Climbing the Blade (5.10d) in Fremont Canyon
Vedauwoo Youth Climbing Camp participant hand jams at Plumb Line Crag
Guide Zach Lentsch teaching multipitch systems in Fremont Canyon
Enjoying a day of sport climbing in beautiful Ten Sleep Canyon
Vedauwoo Youth Climbing Camp participant finds his way up a slab at Nat’s 3 Star Roof Crack
Alpine rock climbing in Cloud Peak Wilderness
Guide Zayne Hebbler cleans a sport climb in Ten Sleep Canyon
Jamming a perfect hand crack in Vedauwoo
Approaching an alpine climb in Cloud Peak Wilderness
Enjoying the picturesque slabs at Pretzel Buttress in Vedauwoo
Learning how to tape up properly for crack climbing
Climbing 5.11 (5.9) Crack at Fall Wall in Vedauwoo
Clients learning how to set up their own top ropes in Fremont Canyon
Following Captain Nemo (5.8) at the Nautilus
Topping out a multipitch linkup in Vedauwoo

What rock climbing programs do we offer?

We offer a wide range of educational sport, trad, and alpine rock climbing courses in addition to custom climbing trips available across the state.

What makes our programs unique?

1. World Class Terrain

We are privileged to guide in many of Wyoming’s finest rock climbing areas, from the Sherman granite outcrops in southeast Wyoming to the steep walls of Ordovician dolomite in the Bighorn Mountains

2. Logical Progression of Courses

Our upper-level courses provide a structured way to review and build on lessons learned in our introductory courses.

3. Affordable Programs

We offer a season’s worth of professional instruction and rental equipment for less than a new rack of climbing gear.

4. Focus on Sustainability

We’re privileged to climb in some of Wyoming’s most pristine environments and we work hard to minimize climbers’ impact on these beautiful places.

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Interested in rock climbing with us? Send us an email with your name, email address, and brief description of what you’re looking for.

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