Coyote Rocks Rock Climbing
The Coyote Rocks from a distance. The Trickster an...
A concentrated cluster of short spires which you can drive up to. This was the first group of pinnacles explored along Highway 14, and holds one of the most aesthetic (albeit phallic) spires--the Superpecker.
If driving west from Dayton on Highway 14, continue for 52 miles to the Owen Creek Road on the right (5 miles after passing Burgess Junction). Follow this graded dirt road for about 1.5 miles. Turn right onto the Forest Service Road 220, which steeply ascends an open ridge and then descends the backside of the ridge (4WD handy, high clearance not necessary). After descending the backside of the ridge continue a short distance further on 220, then turn right onto a two-track road leading directly to the pinnacles.
Climbing Season For the Eastern Big Horns area.
Weather station 1.7 miles from here
6 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Coyote Rocks
Stout Wanker 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
: Eastern Big Horns
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The "Siamese phallus" tower! A straightforward clean aid route up the obvious crack bisecting the spires west face. Has the best rock in the Coyote Rocks. The crack widens up top and can be free climbed to the ledge (single shut anchor here), where you can scamper carefully up hollow rock to the summit. ...[more] Browse More Classics in Wyoming