Some Fall Photos

Looks like fall is coming to an end and winter is arriving as I type this.  63 to -6 in two days, gotta love Montana!  Can’t complain too much since it was a pretty damn nice fall that lasted a little longer than we normally hope for.  Here’s some photos from all around Southwest Montana:

Lucky Strike near Homestake Pass (Batholith)

Ho - crux dyno of the Long Knife V6

Ho – crux dyno of the Long Knife V6

Crazy tree

Crazy tree

Double pinky mono sit start on a slab!?!?  Ho - Pretty Shield SDS V2

Double pinky mono sit start on a slab!?!? Ho – Pretty Shield SDS V2

Ho - Fools Crow V2

Ho – Fools Crow V2

EC - FA of Shpadoinkle! V6

EC – FA of Shpadoinkle! V6

Moonshine Boulder (New World Gulch)

EC - Satellite V6

EC – Satellite V6

EC - Satellite V6

EC – Satellite V6

Yankee Jim

Leslie - Bobby Wonder V3

Leslie – Bobby Wonder V3

Leslie - Assault from Above V2

Leslie – Assault from Above V2

The Angel Boulders (Tobacco Roots)

EC - FA of Last Caress V5

EC – FA of Last Caress V5

EC - FA of Charybdis V6

EC – FA of Charybdis V6

EC - FA of Charybdis V6

EC – FA of Charybdis V6

-EC

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3 responses to “Some Fall Photos

  1. Hey Eric, I’m planning a trip out to cody to explore some of the bouldering and I’ve heard that the guide by Mike Snyder is out of print. Any chance you would have some beta our know where a guide might be available? Thanks. -Greg

  2. Yeah, I think that guide has been out of print for a couple years now. There’s a slim chance Spire has a copy left, but I think they’re out. I’m pretty sure they have a not for sale copy at the front desk that you could look through. There’s also some beta on MountainProject. I don’t think there’s many problems listed, but there’s beta for a hand full of classics and the directions will get you to the main areas on Cedar Mountain. If it’s colder or snowy, on the other side of the highway are the Sphinx Boulders (http://www.mountainproject.com/v/rattlesnakesphinx/108389369). They get blasted with sun and are a much better option in the winter. There’s no problems listed in MoPro, but as long as you have the parking/hiking directions the boulders are obvious. Have fun!

    -EC

  3. Thanks! May head out this weekend if it looks like the weather well be decent.

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