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Wyoming Destinations
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Shelby Rantanen
(HazelNut) - F

Locale: Wyoming, USA
Wyoming Destinations on 04/19/2007 12:19:30 MDT Print View

I know that a person can read many books & magazines about places to hike in Wyoming, but I was hoping that some fellow BPL members would be able to give me better feedback. What are some must do climbs in Wymoing?

larry savage
(pyeyo) - F

Locale: pacific northwest
Re: Wyoming Destinations on 04/19/2007 22:54:15 MDT Print View

In no particular order the Grand Teton, Devil's Tower, Mt Moran , Wolf's Head, Pingora.

Shawn Basil
(Bearpaw) - F

Locale: Southeast
Re: Wyoming Destinations on 04/20/2007 06:45:13 MDT Print View

A couple of the peaks Larry mentioned (Wof's Head & Pingora) are in the climber's Mecca known as Cirque of the Towers. For the sake of an eight mile hike in over Jack*ss Pass (Yes, this really is the name listed on maps), climbers can reach this glacier carved cirque surrounded on three sides by some of the best trad climbing in the state. You could set up a base camp and easily climb for a week or two.