Hyalite Canyon Winter Access


Discuss and converse about the Gallatin Travel Plan, and how it would affect ice climber access in Hyalite.

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Hyalite Road Access Update & Immediate Action Step!

Submitted by JoJo on Thu, 11/12/2009 - 11:17

I'm sure everyone is as stoked as I about the good ice climbing going on up Hyalite right now as well as the new powder. Of course, all the snow begs the question about the Hyalite Road #62 plowing program. The Gallatin National Forest and Gallatin County recently signed a contract for the plowing. This is great news. With the addition of the guard rails this summer (thanks to the Stimulus package) we have taken a huge step toward maintaining consistent access to the world class ice climbing and skiing up Hyalite.

East Fork

Submitted by MtnManMatt on Sat, 01/24/2009 - 23:04

Is anyone else dissapointed that the E. Fork of Hyalite is now closed to motorized vehicles from arbitrary dates of Jan 1-May15.  This is apparently so that the kilometer-deprived skiers in town can have access to even more terrain.  Don't get me wrong I enjoy xc skiing too and don't want to create tension between the user groups, but come on!!  The bottom line is this - THERE IS ONLY ONE PLACE TO ICE CLIMB IN BOZEMAN - while there are numerous places to ski (e.g. Lindley, Bridger Cr. Golf Course, and Bohart); and in this case we have actually lost easy access to the East Fk.

Hyalite Bunkhouse

Submitted by rmr on Wed, 01/14/2009 - 14:05

The Hyalite bunkhouse is now open for out of town climbers coming to Bozeman.  The Bunkhouse is located at the mouth of Hyalite canyon and can accomadate up to 6 people.  We offer breakfast, wi-fi, route beta and snowmachine rental.  If you are coming climbing in Bozeman, give us a call.  Donations are strongly suggested starting at $20 per person per night.  Group deals also available. 406.599.2399.

logistics about winter access

Submitted by cold_climbit on Thu, 11/13/2008 - 11:42

Hey there guys i am a student and alpinist here in bozeman and was wondering if anyone could help me out on the politics involved with the winter access up hyalite, i am giving a speech on this important topic in one of my college classes and could use any info that people have to trow out there.

thanks for the help


Latest News for the upcoming winter!

Submitted by JoJo on Thu, 10/30/2008 - 09:41

Hey there everyone!

With winter upon us (sorta), I'm sure you all want to keep closer tabs on the latest news regarding the Hyalite Road for the upcoming season. Things are somewhat in limbo right now simply due to the challenges of getting all the players together at the same time, same place. The most recent action was a meeting last May. You can find more information and a copy of the SMCC response at www.hyalite.org.

I'll be updating the page as soon as anything changes or we know more.

Think cold,

Joe Josephson