Greek Creek and Surroundings Bouldering
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DescriptionThis is an area in progress, and should be considered to include anything within a quarter mile of Hwy 191 south of the 35MPH bridge and extending down to a couple miles south of the Greek Creek Campground.
BETA REQUESTED ON ANY CLIMBS IN THIS AREA
There are multiple undeveloped and lightly developed crags in the area, many scattered, and many with terrible or suspect rock quality compared to the extensive trad climbing in the more northern part of the canyon. The rock tends to be the same variety as the gneisses and quartzites in the northern sector, with the lighter quartzite variety showing up more frequently. There is potential here for quite a bit of climbing and new development for those willing to hop around between crags.
Access issues are unclear for many crags but the vast majority of land off of the highway is Gallatin National Forest land and therefore free to climb, though make sure to contact the local USFS before establishing any new routes.
This area encompasses the recently-added "Sagebrush Point Boulders".
Classic Climbing Routes at Greek Creek and Surroundings
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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