The new rock climbing guide to Jackson & Pinedale, WY will be includes a little-known bouldering and top roping destination called The Galaxy. This up-and-coming area is every boulderer’s dream playground – there are literally hundreds of easily accessible, and densely concentrated boulders within a 1-15 minute approach.
The Galaxy’s obscurity to climbers has kept this hidden gem from being fully explored, in fact, only a handful of boulders have been climbed. Should you choose to visit, expect to find high quality granite ranging from 10-40 feet in height of all styles and difficulties. The first ascent potential is immense. Those willing to explore will be greatly rewarded!
The Galaxy Bouldering Guide Includes Bouldering, Top Roping, & An Introduction To First Ascent Potential
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Version 1.5 – Updated on 10/07/11
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About The Mini-guide
Warning & Disclaimer
- Climbing is Inherently Dangerous: Risks include serious injury or death! By using this mini-guide, you acknowledge/assume all risks and agree to release the author/publisher of all liability.
- This mini-guide is a rough draft, may contain errors, and has no warranty.
A Brief Overview of The Galaxy
A brief overview of the Galaxy
This short video (by Jakub Galczynski) shows a brief overview of the Galaxy and introduces a few boulders, some of which have been already documented in the free guide.
The Red Marker Labels The Galaxy
Refer to the Mini-Guide for written driving instructions.
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How To Submit First Ascent Beta
Please email Wesley Gooch (Wesley@ClimbingWyoming.com) the names, ratings, and a brief description for each route you establish. Alternatively, use the contact form to initiate communication, and include your contact information so I can followup. For clarity, photos of the problem, boulder, and climbers on route are greatly appreciated (and possibly even used in the Mini-Guide). First Ascent credits will also be recorded.