The climbing around Pinedale Wy are very secluded and rarely see attention. Most of the rock around the area is Granite. There are very few places that poeple climb compared to the amount of climbing in the area. The season is short snce winter tends to takeover in late October and releases in may. Bring Sunscreen as the sun is intense at higher elevations. Bring clothes for all conditions because Rain snow and sun can be encounterd on any day of the year.
100 miles north of Rock Springs highway 191
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Pinedale Area:
The problem starts low on small crimps and nubs. Follow sharp crimps and finger pockets to a rail. Move left off rail into pockets and slap for the unforgivable top top out at the tallest part of the boulder. I recomend several crashpads and more then one spotter. The landing is a backbreaker. interesting topout. There isnt much to grab just slap and pull....[more]Browse More Classics in WY
This is for the climbers who are developing in the Pinedale , boulder area. I'm glad to see some postings on the amazing amount of bouldering around the foothills of the winds. I have personally spent some time up there bouldering a couple of years ago. Can anyone get me topos? more info and perhaps a few bouldeirng tours of the established areas? Myself and a freind are working this summer to gather information for an upcoming comprehensive guide to Wyoming Bouldering and would like to include the pindale areas. Anyone interested email me back.