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The Main Wall is the most popular area to visit in Lost Horse. There is a large concentration of spectacular climbs as well as a large spectrum of grades. The climbs here are mostly crack climbs on perfect granite, home to some of the best splitters in Montana. A great area for the Summer and Fall, it can hold snow for a while into the spring and can get very hot on hot summer days. Bring plenty of water and expect a 25 minute approach.

Getting There 

From the Lost Horse resort drive one mile and take a right to go up a steeper dirt road. This will take you to the quarry, which is the parking lot for the starlight lounge and main wall. From the quarry head west to a trail that continues west before heading uphill. There is a cairn marking the start of the trail, and should be a fairly obvious path.

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Mountaineers Route 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b  MT : Lost Horse : Main Wall
Left of Skyport Chimney and Who Shot the Datsun.To start, walk out right on a narrow ledge just before the loose section of the trail. P1: (5.10b) Climb past one pine tree to a slabby corner and a Ponderosa with slings (for rappel). Continue up into a splitter finger crack that widens to a fist crack. Belay in alcove. No fixed anchor.P2: (5.10a) Climb hand crack to a tree belay on the big ledge known as Mountaineers Ledge. 180 feet to the ground from here.P3: (5.8) Go up corner to the right, ste...[more]   Browse More Classics in MT

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