Ice Climb­ing Fes­ti­val

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Estab­lished in 1998, and now un­der com­pletely new man­age­ment and lead­er­ship the Cody Ice Climb­ing Fes­ti­val seeks to teach and in­spire climbers of all abil­i­ties to achieve great new heights.

The Cody Ice Climb­ing Fes­ti­val will of­fer world-class in­struc­tion through ice clin­ics in one of the most ex­cit­ing ice climb­ing venues in the world. Our nightly speak­ers will draw from some of the most ac­com­plished and in­spir­ing alpin­ists and ice climbers alive. Re­gard­less if you are an ex­pe­ri­enced clim­ber or com­pletely new to the sport the Cody Ice Fest can raise you to the next level as well as con­nect you to the ever-grow­ing com­mu­nity of climbers. The new Cody Ice Fest will be a cham­pion for safety, stew­ard­ship, ed­u­ca­tion and tons of on and off-ice fun.

How to get there: From Cody, take Hwy 291 (South Fork Road) to the South Fork, about 45 min­utes.Camp at Deer Creek Camp­ground a cou­ple of kilo­me­tres into the canyon.Guide­book: Win­ter Dance: Se­lect Ice Climbs In South­ern Mon­tana And North­ern Wy­oming by Joe Joseph­sonCon­di­tions:cold­

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