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

On any given day, you might see some of the best and most experienced ice climbers anywhere right along side college kids out for the first time ever. Despite the occasional crowds, the G1 atmosphere remains pleasantly upbeat and encouraging. Historically, Genesis I is only the left side flow...

Named for the frequent state of ice climbers throughout the ages, Hang Over is deservedly one of the canyon’s most popular climbs. It is the obvious, often-green, flow of ice coming out of the gully on the left side of the rock buttress left of G2.

Approach: The climb...

By definition this is the apparent continuation to Lower Green Sleeves or, at least, is easily accessed from the lower route. Upper and Lower Green Sleeves are not conveniently located and are all together hydrographically unrelated. Upper Green Sleeves is characterized as two-prongs of...

This is the first climb in the canyon, and is easy to miss since it is only visible through the trees for a short section 0.3 miles prior to the parking lot. Sleeping Giant is seen as a short, yet steep, curtain of ice in a major snow gully. Although shorter, it is generally harder than G2 or...