Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Of little faith on Sep 17, 2009
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Possibly the most climbed route in all of Kootenai. This is great for beginners as well as a first trad lead. The climbing can get pretty greasy at times do to the amount of traffic it recieves.


The left-most climb on the Identity Wall, marked by a large right-facing dihedral.


Camalots ranging from .5 to 3, nuts work great, this crack will eat just about anything.


Justin Marlen
Bozeman, MT
Justin Marlen   Bozeman, MT
Great climb, not too sure about that PG 13 rating. I find it protects very well... Sep 24, 2009
Here's a little more info: you can walk up to set up a top rope probably 2 x 3's and a 4 would be nice camalot. locate classic crack, then walk left and up, there's a little down climbing involved maybe 4th class.

then the rating i would say for kootenai is on par and rated G.

nothing in kootenai, is above a grade I. Nov 6, 2009
Dan Bachen
Helena, MT
Dan Bachen   Helena, MT
I fail to see the PG-13, the crack will accept up to a BD-4 any where. Pretty sure it can be done with in 1 hour of the car therefore grade 1 Mar 8, 2010
Ryan Anderson
Ryan Anderson   Bozeman
5.7, No PG13. You can pretty much sink gear in wherever you want. A long sling is useful for the top belay or if you toprope the climb. Apr 20, 2010
Tristan Burnham
La Crescenta, CA
Tristan Burnham   La Crescenta, CA
About 2/3 of the way up there are 2 studs with nuts on them to the right of the crack. You can cinch them off with a nut and a draw. You don't need these at all but it might be helpful. Sep 19, 2011