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Canyon Peak

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Canyon Peak 


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Location: 46.2447, -114.3538 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: grk10vq, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Dan Bachen on Jun 6, 2013
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Description 

A secluded and technical peak, a classic for the range.


Getting There 

Next drainage south of Blodgett Canyon in the Bitterroot Mountains. Turn west off highway 93 by the concrete plant, follow the signs toward Blodgett but take a left for Canyon creek/ Blodgett overlook where signed.


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Featured Route For Canyon Peak
View of peak from the lake, the SE ridge route ascends the couloir to the left of the peak

SE Ridge 5.4 4a 12 IV VD 3c PG13  MT : Canyon Peak
This route follows the left skyline of Canyon Peak when viewed from the lakes below. Follow the trail to the lower lake(6 miles), from here make your way up to the upper lake on a faint user trail (north of the lake). Look for the couloir that splits the SE ridge, use this feature to scramble up to the ridge crest. Scramble toward the peak along the low angle ridge, about halfway to the summit a notch is encountered and the angle of the rock increases. If you choose to rope up this is a good spo...[more]   Browse More Classics in MT

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