Elevation: 7,580 ft
GPS: 44.79, -107.366 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Tommy Layback on Jun 19, 2011 with updates from Tori Cade
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg
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Description

Many small granite crags within the Little Tongue River drainage in the Bighorn Mountains. Generally short single-pitch trad and sport routes. Great fricion climbs, but also a few fun cracks.

Getting There

Take U.S. 14 west of Dayton, WY up the Bighorn Mountain front, pass the parking area for Steamboat Point, continue for another 0.1 to 0.2 miles and turn left into a crude parking area surrounded by wooden fencing. Numerous crags will be visible from the parking area.

After entering the first wooden fence off of the highway, the road is closed to vehicles for the last half mile for resource restoration. As recent as 9/6/2017

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adamgable
Laramie, WY
adamgable   Laramie, WY
this area houses about 100 routes. The two detailed were two of a handfull of older routes put up by the old guard (edwards pattinson alexander) new routes put up by myself, bridger konkel, trevor bowman, and others total 116 routes. If i get some time i will try to update this. Thanks for the motivation tom. Jun 20, 2011
David J. Thompson
Hood River
David J. Thompson   Hood River
Any more beta on these? Staying in Dayton, WY and would like to check them out. Mar 28, 2013