Corbet's Couloir is perhaps the most infamous ski run in the nation, but it still offers up some fun after the snow melts. There are approximately twenty climbing routes strewn about this area, ranging from 5.7 to 5.13. The routes are mostly single pitch sport, though a few trad lines exist (also single pitch). The rock is a type of dolomitic limestone (I think, correct me if I'm wrong), and the routes tend to require solid technical skills and a certain tolerance for sharp holds.
Take the tram to the top of Rendezvous Peak. You should be able to spot the cragging near the top and on your left on the way up the tram.
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Featured Route For Corbet's Couloir
This excellent route is given an "R" rating in several publications, but it seemed well bolted, better so, in fact, than several other climbs here.Climb excellent pockets and edges past three bolts to a distinct thin crux getting to the fourth bolts. From here, head up and a bit left on positive, 5.9/5.10 terrain to a large ledge. Step a bit left, pull a small roof and climb past another couple of bolts to the anchor....[more] Browse More Classics in WY