Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: mills101 Mills on Jun 15, 2017
Admins: GRK, Zach Wahrer

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

The first 30 ft. is low 5 slab, no gear, the next 170 is sustained 5.9, gear. Solid, straightforward placements throughout. Chains on top. 

It's best to do BC in one pitch with a double rack ... unless you're into hanging belays. 

Double 70s to get down in one rap or you can use the Reacharound chains for two 35-meter raps.


Up the hill, you'll see it.


Cams: Doubles .2-3, single 4, three .75s wouldn't hurt
Nuts: A rack of medium to large 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.