Type: Trad, TR, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Brian Hagerty on Apr 2, 2012
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Nice fingercrack in a corner. VERY popular. DANGER: There is a very large flake/block just below the top which looks like it could drop at any time...beware!


Gear, chains.


Billings, MT
MTKirk   Billings, MT
Great (for Billings) trad lead. Protects well with .5 to 2 camalots (maybe 2 each) the crack has nice bumps in it so pink & red tri-cams work good if you don't have a lot of cams, but; you will need a #2 camalot at the bottom for a directional. Towards the top there is a perfect slot for a #12 BD stopper. There is a flake in the crack a third of the way up you should avoid placing gear on, but it is solid enough to climb on.

Located @ 45.803638,-108.589342 if you don't have a GPS type those coordinates into the search bar of google maps page, switch to satellite view. The pointer will then be on a fairly large pine tree that sits on top of the route. Speaking of trees, clip a draw into one of the chains & top out without using the tree. Good fun & makes the route at least a solid nine. Apr 12, 2012
Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
Location, location, location??? Oct 22, 2012