The House of Hyalite - A Climbers' Guide to the Ice & Mixed Routes of Hyalite Canyon, Montana by Joe Josephson.
Featuring Indigenous Peoples & Land Acknowledgement by Francine Spang-Willis, a Foreword by Whit Magro, and a special earth sciences essay by Conrad Anker. This comprehensive guidebook includes 320+ routes across all four canyons of Hyalite, separated into 14 detailed chapters with complete approach, route details, and more than 340 stunning full-color photos. 200+ routes are described for the very first time.
Hyalite Canyon is the epi-center of ice climbing for Montana and the entire Pacific Northwest. Easy access and early season conditions combine with a heavy concentration of climbs over beautiful, interesting terrain, to make Hyalite a destination climbing venue. Hyalite Canyon is also the only venue in America so close to a major airport and thriving college town with all the amenities. Bozeman, over the years, has been home to a few of the sports' early pioneers as well as some of its most legendary athletes. Thus, the history and legacy of their local area, Hyalite Canyon, is as rich as any in North America.
- Published by Joe Josephson in 2019
- Author: Joe Josephson
- Region: Hyalite Canyon (Montana, USA)
- Edition: First
- Language: English
- Color: Yes
- Pages: 416
- Dimension: 5.5″ wide by 7.5″ tall
- ISBN: 9780578-513317
- Weight: 600g