Testament Slabs Rock Climbing
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South facing crags in a very tight, secluded valley. The rock quality is suspect, and helmets are highly recommended. Bolted sport routes up to 4 pitches in length. Only 2 established lines as of yet, with more coming.
From Libby, go north on Hwy. 37 for 1 mile. Turn left on Pipe Creek Road, and follow for 18 miles. Turn right onto the gravel East Fork Pipe Creek Road. Approximately 1 mile, stay left at the Y. Follow road along creek for 4 miles. Look for a shallow pullout on the left side of the road. Hike the canyon in for approximately 1/2-3/4 mile, until you are standing under the large main face. Start hiking up the talus slope at a set of small pine trees marked with a cairn. At the top of the talus, follow the short side hill trail to the base of the routes.
Classic Climbing Routes at Testament Slabs
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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