- Cody Ice Climbing Festival is an annual event held in the third week of February during The President's Day weekend.
- Climbers from all over the globe participate in death defying climbs for an exciting, adrenaline fueled spectacle.
- A wide range of free activities are available throughout the weekend.
Overview: The Cody Ice climbing Festival is known to many as the friendliest little ice festival in the Northern Rockies.If you are interested in ice climbing then this is THE place to be for clinics on climbing tips, a showcase of new tools and gear, films and slide shows on ice climbing adventures, the "Tough Axe" awards, food, beverages and stories from climbing fans.
When: This event is typically held over three days in mid-February.
Where: The events are held at the Cody Auditorium full of gear, stories, food, beverages and of course ice climbing clinics.
Fee: There is a fee associated with attending to cover costs of the event, food, beverages etc. Check local lodging specials as well.
Details: Come on out to Demo gear from all the best companies in the climbing field. The Northern Rockies "friendliest little ice festival" with door prizes, raffles, silent auction, nightly music, and dancing, home cooked meals, prizes, awards and best of all FREE beer all weekend Register for events, clinics and demos early. Find more information on the Cody Ice Festival Website.