Best Bouldering in Idaho

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1

Idaho, Teton County

00 :08 hrs
0.1 mi
30.991821 ft
Unknown

The south side of the Badger Creek bouldering area is situated past all of the other climbing spots. Rock Type: Granite (extrusive igneous felsic and some alluvium sandstone deposits). Location: Badger Creek, Tetonia, Idaho.

2

Idaho, Pocatello

00 :04 hrs
0.1 mi
1.421875 ft
Unknown

The Ross Park area offers short basalt cliffs with, bolted routes, bouldering, and top-roping. There are also plenty of good faces and cracks here. Shady Side is shorter than Sunny Side and you won't get exposed to the sun as much. The cliffs are located on 5th Ave, and you'll see the area to the south just off the road and in front of the Bannock County Historical Museum. Location: Pocatello, ID

3

Idaho, Pocatello

00 :04 hrs
0.1 mi
12.070923 ft
Various

Sunny Side is an area with bolts placed on many of the routes for lead climbs as well as top-ropes and bouldering. The cliffs are located on the other side of the park from Shady Side, and it's located just east of the swimming pool off 2nd Ave. In the summer time, you'll definitely want to show up in the morning before it gets too hot. This area of the wall has a few boulder problems that include a series of blocks, an arete, and some tricky edges. Rock type: Basalt. Location: Pocatello, ID.

4

Idaho, Pocatello

00 :03 hrs
0.1 mi
1.550415 ft
Various

The Ross Park area offers short basalt cliffs with, bolted routes, bouldering, and top-roping. There are also plenty of good faces and cracks here. Shady Side is shorter than Sunny Side and you won't get exposed to the sun as much. The cliffs are located on 5th Ave, and you'll see the area to the south just off the road and in front of the Bannock County Historical Museum. Location: Pocatello, ID

5

Idaho, Pocatello

00 :01 hrs
0.1 mi
0.6143799 ft
Various

The Ross Park area offers short basalt cliffs with, bolted routes, bouldering, and top-roping. There are also plenty of good faces and cracks here. Shady Side is shorter than Sunny Side and you won't get exposed to the sun as much. The cliffs are located on 5th Ave, and you'll see the area to the south just off the road and in front of the Bannock County Historical Museum. Location: Pocatello, ID

6

Idaho, Pocatello

00 :01 hrs
- mi
1.2431641 ft
Various

The Ross Park area offers short basalt cliffs with, bolted routes, bouldering, and top-roping. There are also plenty of good faces and cracks here. Shady Side is shorter than Sunny Side and you won't get exposed to the sun as much. The cliffs are located on 5th Ave, and you'll see the area to the south just off the road and in front of the Bannock County Historical Museum. Location: Pocatello, ID

7

Idaho, Boise

00 :08 hrs
0.3 mi
21.373047 ft
Various

The area is on the back side of Table Rock with more longer routes than Little Quarry, along with great rock quality. The location is a few hundreds yards to the right of the Little Quarry. Be very cautious of poison ivy and broken glass scattered around in the area. Be sure to bring a brush, extra long slings, and a crash pad for your outing as well. Rock Type: Sandstone. Location: Table Rock, Boise, ID.

8

Idaho, Boise

00 :09 hrs
0.3 mi
19.315674 ft
Various

This area has a few moderate boulder problems located under the large electronic cross. Most of the climbs are at the bottom of the cliff below on the right end of the wall. Be very cautious of poison ivy and broken glass scattered around the area. Be sure to bring a brush, extra long slings, and a crash pad for your outing as well. Rock Type: Sandstone. Location: Table Rock, Boise, ID.

9

Idaho, Cassia County

00 :04 hrs
0.1 mi
6.535034 ft
Various

The rock is just off the road next to a campsite below Owl Rock. These routes will have morning shade, afternoon sun. Rock type: Granite.

10

Idaho, Boise

00 :06 hrs
0.3 mi
20.384888 ft
Various

The Little Quarry is just past the Big Times area to the north, and the area offers a nice variety of routes that have a lot of different climbing styles. Expect flat landings and relatively easy problems here. Be very cautious of poison ivy and broken glass scattered around the area. Be sure to bring a brush, extra long slings, and a crash pad for your outing as well. Rock Type: Sandstone. Location: Table Rock, Boise, ID.

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