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Brad Warne · · Calgary, Alberta · Joined Feb 2006 · Points: 945

Looked on MP but there are only a few routes. Looked online for a guidebook but only found one from the 90s.
Is there a more recent or better guidebook?

Dan Bachen · · Helena, MT · Joined Mar 2010 · Points: 425

I have a book (looks self published) titled "Climbers Guide, The Complete Stone Hill" by Tyler Hawk, which I bought out of the back of someones car while climbing up there. Hundreds of routes listed. Might be for sale at a local businesses but you would have to ask one of the locals.

JMZ · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2014 · Points: 0

You can buy the guidebook at Polar Peak Books in Fernie. Not really a 'book' per say, looks self-published, but has a lot of info. Could easily be the one you have.

Do you know if that area has cell phone coverage? Trying to reconcile trip planning with my on-call schedule from work

Jack Beard · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 0

Rocky Mtn. Outfitter in downtown Kalispell has beta and books. Generally there will be friendly climbers at hold up bluffs. Look for Room With A View, on Hwy. 37. Days of good climbs in the area. Verizon works pretty well with some moving around.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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