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Paris Ice Caves Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 8,000'
Location: 42.2552, -111.405 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: steve lindsay on Feb 1, 2011
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3-4 spots to set up a TR out of the walk-in "cave".

Getting There 

West from downtown Paris at the sign that says Ice Caves (2nd south). Follow dirt road for 25-30 minutes. There are some forks just stay on the main road. There are some more signs.

Climbing Season

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Weather station 7.0 miles from here

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Mossy Crimps 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a  ID : Paris Ice Caves
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By Kari-Hemmert
Aug 13, 2015
If you plan to climb here, definitely bring something to pad your rope with. we used a 5'x8' canvas tarp that we hung below the anchors. There are anchors for days, but they were set up by local search and rescue to practice rappelling, so none of them are in very ideal spots to set up top ropes without rope rub. That said, it can be done with a bit of creativity! Having a slightly bigger rope tarp at the bottom is also super clutch because of the year-round ice and snow.
This is a very small area and can fill up fast. Tread lightly and leave no trace because these walls aren't chalked up yet and I know the locals want to keep it that way.

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