Bubbling hot springs, lush green slopes, thick pine forest carpeting slopes, piercing peaks that soar above rapid rivers. Yellowstone National Park has it all for a wild adventure. Rock climbing within the park presents the perfect backdrop to learning the fundamentals, or upgrading your skills to the next level. Visit between the months of April and September for ideal rock climbing conditions.
Yellowstone National Park is a premier protected area packed with natural wonders that spreads across the US states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. It was the first national park to be established all the way back in 1872. The national park encompasses approximately 3,470 square miles and holds an enormous range of geographic features. These include lakes and rivers, canyons and cliffs, and mountains peaks and active volcanoes.
The vast national park is highly influenced by altitude, with lower levels generally warm all of the year, while higher sections receive a cooler climate. During the summer it is relatively hot during the day and cold during the evening.
Visit between the months of April and September for ideal rock climbing conditions.
Situated in the northern reaches of Washington State, in the heart of the Cascade Range, climbing Mount Baker has long been an objective for mountaineering enthusiasts. Rising to 3,286 meters (10,781…
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