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Airborne Ranger WI5-6
Cleopatra's Needle WI5
Twin Falls Left + Right WI3
Type: Ice, 300 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Doug Chabot, Jack Tackle
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Shared By: Seth Kane on Jul 22, 2015
Admins: grk10vq

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pitch 1: climb pitch 1 of Cleopatra's Needle to the large cave (WI3-4)

pitch 2: The beginning of Airborne ranger proper. Climb the middle, often free hanging pillar of the formation (Cleo's will be the next climb to the left of you). Usually thin, free hanging and scary, always steep. (WI6)

pitch 3: traverse left (you can do this at the end of pitch 2 if youd like) past the top of Cleo's and continue up the third pitch of Cleo's. Finish at the tree. (WI4)

You might be able to go directly up from the top of airborne ranger, we didnt try.


the pillar to the right of Cleopatra's Needle. If it's not obvious, it's probably not in.


screws. dont put em in the free hanging pillar.

Rappel cleos on a tree initially and then to v threads or a wrapped column.


Seth Kane
Bozeman, Montana
Seth Kane   Bozeman, Montana
Apparently there's some dispute about whether this is Airborne Ranger or not. The line we climbed was well to the right of Cleos, around the broken pillar right of "B" in that photo.

It was clearly an independent line- but not was not as far right as Airborne Ranger traditionally is ("D"). So maybe this is Airborne Ranger Left ("C" but in fatter)? Who knows. Mar 23, 2017

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