Gallatin Range + East Hyalite Canyon + Emerald Lake Trail + Flanders Drainage + Palisade Falls area + Hyalite Canyon + Black Magic Wall + Genesis Area + Unnamed Wall + Mummy Cooler Area + Twin Falls Area + Winter Dance Area + Responsible Area + The Dribbles Area + Palace Butte Area + Overlook Mountain Area

The greater Genesis Area as described here, includes all the routes above and left of G1. These are the first climbs visible on the left side of the canyon as you drive up toward the parking lot. All but Sleeping Giant and Upper Green Sleeves are best approached from the main parking lot and...

THE BLACK MAGIC WALL is the spiciest wall in the canyon. Of the routes their, only Black Magic has been climbed regularly while the others have rarely been seen before or since their first ascents. They all offer good quality climbing on one of the nicest cliffs in Hyalite.
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This is the most commonly done route in Upper Flanders. It forms every year, although sometimes easier than others. it lies in a deep chimney visible from  Killar Pillar . The ice, however, cannot be seen until you are almost at the base.

Approach: Once...

One of the regions rare free-standing icicles.The Killar Pillar can be an intimidating climb but is often not as hard as it looks and is a great classic for the grade.

aka ( Unnamed #1 )

Named for jeff Lowe who, in 1995, long before there were ice festivals around the country, was in Bozeman on an ice demo tour. Jeff used this as one of the teaching venues and had thought it was a first ascent. Although it forms every year, it tends to be very slow in developing, and thus,...

Top-roped for years and first climbed as a "mostly" formed pillar by Kris Erickson ...