We spent a couple weeks on the road, visiting family, and bouldering in Washington. On the way out, rain was forecast for Montana, so we took the southern route through Idaho. Based on a recommendation from Bouldering USA by Alli Rainey we visited Dierkes Lake near Twin Falls, ID. The cold front that brought rain to Montana, gave us a sunny 60 degree day in Idaho. As perfect as a day in June could be out there. I don't know any problem names, but the rock is basalt with huecos.
We spent our first day at Forestland. Here are a couple photos.
"The Real Thing" V4.
"Water" V5, yeah I'm downgrading this one. It's definitely a classic though!
It was fun to visit some new boulders, see some new scenery, and enjoy the ambiance of northwestern forests! But it's also nice to be back home. We've been busy bouldering around Lander since our return, so I'll probably be writing another post soon...