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The first rocks big enough to want a rope for, it looks like a crack climber's paradise in Montana. It's nice and easy to work up the gully to get to the top of the wall and set up some top ropes, or of course you can plug gear. The north side tends to be a little more mellow and shaded than the south side.
Straight up the approach trail, on the left.
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