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Ice Climbing in Cody
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Frozen Falls Climbing in Cody
Visitors to Cody may choose from winter fun on snowmobile, snowcoach, and even skis. Head to one of many nearby ski areas – such as Sleeping Giant, Antelope Butte and Red Lodge – or take a short, scenic day trip to explore the vast and famed Yellowstone National Park.
Visitors to Cody may take advantage of some of the best ice climbing in the country. Cody neighbors the South Fork of the Shoshone River, rendering a high concentration of frozen waterfalls throughout northern Wyoming.
Ice climbers flock to Cody from November until April for a chance to scale these many frozen falls. Take advantage of Cody’s numberous climbing gear rental shops, like Bison Willy's Outdoor Adventures, or hire a guide and get ready to hit the falls.
Check out the Southfork Ice Festival in February – known as the friendliest little ice festival in the northern Rockies – or scale Moonrise, a north facing drainage of the Shoshone River’s South Fork.
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