Type: Trad, 200 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: mills101 Mills on Jun 15, 2017
Admins: grk10vq, Zach Wahrer

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200 ft. finger and hand crack ... in Northwest Montana ... on solid rock?!

First 30 ft. are 5.3 slab, no gear, the next 170 are 5.9(ish), gear. Solid, straightforward placements throughout. It's really fun! This would totally be a full-on classic if it wasn't, you know, outside Kalispell, Montana.

One 70 to get up, two to get down, or use the chains on Reacharound as an intermediate rap station for two raps.


Up the hill, you'll see it.


Cams: Doubles .2-3, single 4, three .75s wouldn't hurt
Nuts: A rack of larger nuts
Alpine draws: As many as you need before you traverse right under the roof, 10-ish

Helpful hints:
- The 4 is your first piece and the only 4 of the climb
- Save the .2s for the last 20 ft.