FEBRUARY 10-12 2017

44.5263° N, 109.0565° W


About The Cody Ice Climbing Festival

Established in 1998, and now under completely new management and leadership the Cody Ice Climbing Festival seeks to teach and inspire climbers of all abilities to achieve great new heights. 

The Cody Ice Climbing Festival will offer world class instruction through on ice clinics in one of the most exciting ice climbing venues in the world. Our nightly speakers will draw from some of the most accomplished and inspiring alpinists and ice climbers alive. Regardless if you are an experienced climber or completely new to the sport the Cody Ice Fest can raise you to the next level as well as connect you to the ever growing community of climbers. The new Cody Ice Fest will be a champion for safety, stewardship, education and tons of on and off ice fun.  

  • February 10-12 2017
  • Address1240 Beck Ave, Cody, WY 82414
  • The Cody Ice Festival offers complete demo gear from our top sponsors for our clinic participants. 
  • Evening shows and presentations: Fri Sat, & Sun
  • Ice Climbing Gear raffles every night
  • Bottomless Beer with pint glass purchase  
  • On Ice Clinics: Friday, Saturday & Sunday




Friendliest Little Ice Festival In The Northern Rockies.” - Rock and Ice Magazine


"The best small group clinic ever! I will be back with more friends again next year!" - 

Brittany H. Provo Utah

"CODY is one of a kind festival!  Small clinic groups of really good climbers, great entertainment and some of the biggest ice we have ever climbed in the lower 48. We love it and can’t wait until next year!"

Dave & Kris S. Chicago, IL



Contact the Cody Ice Climbing Festival via email or phone we'd love to hear from you!                                        307-213-9014

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Ice climbing and mountaineering gear, makers of the Raptor ice tool. Tango not only makes rad tools they are the sponsors of the bottomless pint of beer at the Cody Ice Fest. That right, buy a pint glass and drink for free the whole weekend. Thank you Trango! Take a look at the Raptor Ice tools and their dry treated ice climbing ropes at


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Sam Magro and his team at Montana Alpine Guides are some of the best in the business. We're proud the be partnered up with MAG to set all of the ropes and keep our clinics safe and fun. Check out the great programs MAG runs in Cody as well as all over the rockies at




An expert in solar protection, Julbo specializes in high-performance sunglasses, ski goggles and is the official eyewear of the Cody Ice Fest. Check them out at



Think ice climbing is all about cold feet? Think again! Lowa, the makers of fine ice climbing footwear have boots to keep you crushing ice with warm comfortable feet all winter long. Come demo the best hand crafted footwear you've ever climbed in.  Check them out at



Responsible innovation with tradition. Innovation drives Grivel forward but their roots are in their long history, dating back to the foundation of the company in 18118. Gravel is the official sponsor of the Jack Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award.  Take a look at all their great gear at



CAMP is a 125 year-old, family-owned Italian brand that has maintained its heritage with the global headquarters still nestled in the tiny mountain village of Premana situated in the Pre-Alps of Northern Italy. Explore their fantastic equipment at


Edel weiss

Are you still climbing with an old soggy rope? Maybe it's time to step it up a notch. Eden Weiss ropes make some of the best dry treated ropes on the market. From skinny twins to bomber single ropes. The folks at Edel Wiess have the right rope for you   Take a look at all their great products at



Original, Unique & Refreshingly Different. Our focus is on the product and only the product, which opposes the logo-driven norm. At Kühl®, we set out to demonstrate how original ideas lead to creating the best outdoor lifestyle clothing.

KÜHL® began as Alfwear in 1983 with the Alf hat, a Peruvian-inspired design that many ski bums equipped themselves with in the mid-80s. Updating it with polar fleece, John “Alf” Engwall designed the pattern for the hat that would become the choice for serious Rocky Mountain powder skiers. Engwall, Conrad Anker (the now legendary mountaineer), and brothers Jay and Kevin Boyle set out to introduce this effective design to the skiing and mountaineering world. The four co-founders consisted of three skiers and a rock climber, all of whom aspired to build a business and lifestyle around their respective beloved sport.

Learn more at