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Natural Bridge - Falls

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About Natural Bridge - Falls:

A dozen routes, or so, are nestled in the Boulder River canyon, down river from the surging falls. The limestone ranges from choss to river-polished primo, though the latter is limited to the top-scale climbs--few in number.with the exception of one 5.8+ , the majority of the routes here are in the 5.10+ and harder category--but being in the main drainage of the Northern Absaroka-Beartooth range makes the outing worth every trip. (the secret winter boudering here is mind-boggling.)
Nearest town or city: Big Timber
Directions: 14 miles South of Big Timber on the Mcleod road (last 1/4 mile is gravel) puts you at the obvious parking area. Cross the bridge and cirnavigate the trail to the east side of the canyon until directly across from the observation perches on the other side of the river. Scramble to the river level and start looking for the efforts of the day.
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Camping: None
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Quantity of Climbs: Day

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