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Apr 10, 2013
Mt. Marcy
Looking at possible jobs in both areas. Thoughts on either would be appreciated... points for? Points against? Alex M. Smith
From Bozeman, MT
Joined Feb 26, 2012
70 points
Apr 10, 2013
Nick Stayner near the crux. Ryan Minton photo.
Did you not get enough Bozeman info in your last thread? :) mountainproject.com/v/montana-... Nick Stayner
From Billings, MT
Joined Mar 6, 2006
2,606 points
Apr 10, 2013
Lost Cities 5.12a,Black Canyon,CO
they're both WAY better than Jersey.... justin dubois
From Estes Park
Joined Jan 2, 2001
625 points
Apr 10, 2013
RJN
The roaring fork valley(Basalt),is one of the most beautiful places in Colorado second only to the San Juan's. As as size, it's small, but Aspen isn't far away neither is Glenwood Springs. As far as rock climbing, Glenwood has some, Aspen has some on Independace Pass, both 30+ min away. Ice in the winter is great, and skiing can be world class. Ryan N
From Bellingham, WA
Joined May 21, 2009
183 points
Apr 10, 2013
Humboldt Bouldering
ColoRADo ;) Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
547 points
Apr 10, 2013
I've never been to Bozeman, I've heard it's cool. I love this valley, but it has some major downsides, one is it is very expensive to live here and I'm thinking about leaving for that reason.
It really depends on what you are looking for. Climbing here, though stellar in some spots, I.E. Rifle and Indy pass, is a trek to get out to, there is closer stuff to climb, Frying Pan in Basalt, Red stone boulders and some interesting secret climbs as well. If you are looking to climb Ice I think MT is the place. There is great skiing here (Last few years have sucked for snow.) Great Mtn Biking too. I love my community here- although it trends to be a mid thirty something or older crowd and if you are single, good luck, not great odds for dating- great people here. If you do come to the area, Carbondale is waayy cooler than Basalt.
I hope that helps, good luck on your quest.
Ben Lock
From Cedar City, UT
Joined Feb 11, 2011
14 points
Apr 14, 2013
Roof romp
Basalt hands down. rifle 45 minutes away independence pass 45 minutes away. Skiing in the winter. Ice in the winter. rich cougers in the winter. Redstone bouldering. Moab 4 hours away.... Zach Pickard
From Riverside, California
Joined Oct 21, 2010
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