Bozeman Pass

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Average: 4 (2 votes)

The Bozeman Pass climbing area, known as "The Pass," is located between the Bear Caynon Exit and Trail Creek Exit off Interstate 90. This area has sport routes for the beginner and advanced routes for those pushing the limits (5.6 to 5.13b). The Pass is home of the Training Wall, representing some of the toughest routes in the area.

Directions: The parking area is located five miles east of Bozeman off Exit 316 (Trail Creek). Drive to the north side of the freeway and turn west. Park in the rustic parking area near the old cattle dock. The access is due to an easement; please be respectful of the trail and designated parking.

For detailed route information on Frog Rock in the Bozeman Pass, click here. 



Average: 4 (1 vote)
January 10, 2012 - 4:57pm by: Cody
Not world-class, but it'll do. Bring your tape for the sharp limestone and get up to the training wall already. and for god's sake, don't park on the interstate! If you're lazy enough to shave eight minutes of flat walking off your approach, you're fat enough to need the cardio. Don't ruin our access.
Average: 4 (1 vote)
June 10, 2013 - 12:36pm by: Maggie Slepian
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Good amount of routes with a wide range on different walls. A lot of the climbs follow the similar style, but the fun pockets and fluid moves make this a great post-work pump. Continue to the higher walls past Fat Man Wall to escape the crowds

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