Breezy Point Rock Climbing
Amazing trad, mixed, and sport climbing on routes up to 100' in length. A quick 5 min approach and generally no crowds, not that crowds exist in SoDak!
Breezy Point, continue up hwy 244 an additional (.2 mi) past Wrinkled Rock Campground; it is on the right and also signed, it is located at approx the 1.9 mile mark from the Memorial entrance light.
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Climbing Season For the Mount Rushmore National Memorial area.
Weather station 1.3 miles from here
59 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',9],['3 Stars',23],['2 Stars',21],['1 Star',5],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Breezy Point
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Breezy Point:
Featured Route For Breezy Point
Le Rêve 5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- 27 E6 6b
PG13 South Dakota
: Mount Rushmore National Mem...
: ... : Breezy Point Main Wall
Le Rêve - 'The Dream' - Named and envisioned by Shannon Twomey.A really great rock climb that throws a little bit of everything at you. Start with some tricky face climbing to gain the crack. Really fun and pumpy climbing will bring you to a slightly runout and cryptic crux through the steep seam. (unless you're strong enough to place a small piece in the crux) The upper crack is great awkward flared climbing. Make a hard gray ghost placement at the top of the seam or run it out off a finger s...[more] Browse More Classics in South Dakota
By Andy Busse
From: Rapid City, SD
Jul 4, 2010
Does anyone have any info on the routes at the top of Breezy Point? There are 4 sport routes approx 50' long with older Trango?? hangers 5.9-5.10.
By Peter L Scott
Jul 26, 2014
Andy Busse, I believe these are the routes my wife (Suzanne Johnson) and I put up in the early to mid '90s. I always wished there were some easy routes close to the camping at Breezy Point. Don't know if you can camp there anymore. We named it the After Dinner Wall. The route names from left to right are One Thin Mint, Wafer Thin, Desert, and Aperitif. Can't recall what we rated them but your comment seems about right.