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8th Annual Idaho Mountain Festival – Powered by Mammut

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The Idaho Mountain Festival is Idaho’s all-inclusive climbers retreat. This four-day climbing festival is hosted inside Castle Rocks State Park near Almo, Idaho–right next door to the ever-so-popular City of Rocks National Reserve.
At the festival, climbers will have the chance to enjoy the classic granite rock climbing and a solid collection of entertaining attractions. The National Parks (band) will play on Friday night at 7pm. The 2020 5Point Film Festival will be shown on Saturday Night. There is free camping and every breakfast and dinner will be free. Every attendee will get a free massage from the International Institute of Massage Therapy.
There will be tons of oppurtunities to win free swag during the festival with lots of games throughout and a raffle on Saturday night.The Idaho Mountain Festival will be raising money for Castle Rocks State Park and the City of Rocks National Reserve to replace dated climbing hardware.
Do you have children? This year you have the option of paying to enroll them in a kids camp on Friday & Saturday of the festival. There are 4 sessions (9a-1p, 1p-5p each day) to choose from, or you can enroll them in a full day or Friday, Saturday, or BOTH days. They will have the time of their lives climbing, doing Nature Craft, scavenger hunts, water games, and more. Purchase kids camp passes when you are buying festival passes. Also don’t forget to purchase your 2020 Idaho Mountain Festival T-Shirt in advance!
FAQs: Your pet is allowed on a leash at the festival. You may van camp. There is not room in the parking area for trailers or large mobile homes. You can pay for a shower in town (Tracy General Store). Children 8 and under are free. They don’t allow hammocks. There is potable water at the festival. We will be offering vegetarian options for breakfast and dinner. The camping area is a large, flat, green, grassy field. There are porta potties and pit toilets at the festival.
For more detailed information on the festival, go to www.idahomountainfestival.com