Ice Climbing

If extreme winter adventure is on your bucket list, ice climbing might be for you. Northern Wyoming is home to one of the largest frozen waterfalls in the lower 48. From November through April, the South Fork Valley south of Cody should be on your ice climbing list. Just 50 miles from Yellowstone National Park, the South Fork Valley offers world-class ice climbing and stunning views. Visitors of all abilities in Jackson can also get a taste for ice climbing at the Teton Ice Park, a manmade ice wall at Snow King Mountain Resort. For even more ice climbing opportunities, check out Lake Louise near Dubois and the epic ice fields near Pinedale on Fremont Lake

Ice climbing in Wyoming

Cody Ice Festival 

Held annually in February, the Cody Ice Festival is a multi-day festival in the South Fork Valley. The Cody Ice Festival is a clinic and gathering for climbers of all ages to learn to climb, hone their skills and climb with world class instructors. 


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