Wyomings Rural Crags
Wyoming is one of the most rural stats in the US. Here is detailed beta dedicated to Wyoming Rock Climbing areas. It’s setting is quite, spread-out, and full of low-key crags, mountains, and bouldering areas. Wyoming rock climbing is an experience unto itself. This state’s prairies contain areas like Wild Iris, Devil’s Tower, Vedavoo, The Grand Teton, and bouldering areas with some of the oldest bouldering history where John Gill put up some of th emsot classic problems at Jenny Lake.
The season in Wyoming is as diverse as the climbing itself. Year-round climbing is possible and areas all over the state are climbable year round. Winters can be harsh but sun-baked areas make the state have not-entirly-seasonaly based climbing.
Wyoming Climbing Areas
There are many areas in all corners of Wyoming but the most popular in Northeast Wyoming is Devil’s Tower.
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Northeast Wyoming is a rural part of Wyoming with climbing best known at areas like Devil’s Tower and Vedavoo, a reasonable drive south and closer to the Colorado Border. The Needles in South Dakota are also a close stop.
Western Wyoming is perhaps the most visited part of the state by climbers. The Tetons, Jackson Hole, and many other spots are heavily frequented and considered destination areas.
The Bighorns offer some of the best quality climbing in Wyoming. Not far from Sheridan, the massive cliffs and mountains dominate the landscape. Ten Sleep is the major draw in this part of WY.
Vedavoo is the major draw in SE Wyoming and this off width paradise bring climbers from not only Colorado but from around the globe. Cracks and face climbing can also be found here.
Wyoming has a diverse climbing season with climbing year round.