Kristy follows the beautiful knobby face of Midnig...
Mores Mountain consists of two granite spires which contain many bolted face routes, and a few cracks. Much of the rock is covered in small knobs, and although the rock quality may not be quite as excellent (although still very good on the well traveled routes), it is a bit reminiscent of the rock in Tuolumne Meadows.
From Boise, take Bogus Basin Road past the Bogus Basin ski resort. At the resort it turns from pavement to dirt. 3 or 4 miles up the dirt road you will see the two large granite towers a couple hundred feet off the road to the right. You can't miss them. Park on the side of the road, and look for a small cairn which marks the start of the climber's trail to the rock.
Excellent face climbing up a beautiful knobby face, and a nice long sustained pitch to boot. This one is a must do!The first bolt can be clipped by standing on the large obvious foot hold at the start, although getting onto the foothold requires a move. After clipping the bolt, pull the crux move over the initial bulge, and then enjoy the beautiful sustained knob pulling all the way to the anchor. Stellar!...[more]Browse More Classics in ID
It's all about perspective. The Black Cliffs are pretty chossy, but there are a few good lines in between piles. Same goes for Mores, but with less quantity. It's not the City, but IMO worth a trip from Boise when it's too hot in the valley and you don't have a lot of time.
Dont pass this place up because its not City of Rocks quality granite. It's a good change of pace from the black cliffs and is definitely worth checking out in the heat of the summer. Also possible gate closure until mid June (word of mouth from other climbers).
Really that looks like choss!? Come to Canada... Looks better than bouldering at Swan Falls and wondering if your gonna cut yourself on all the broken glass there. Rather climb 'granite choss' than dodging a lot of broken beer bottles. Reynolds is fun. I wouldn't discount it.