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Southeast Ridge Route Southeast Ridge Route Aug 31, 2010 Location: Montana, United States, North America
Route Type: Mountaineering
Difficulty: Class III (4) (GMS)
Last Edited: Sep 6, 2010
87.76% 3189
Kintla via Akokala Lake Kintla via Akokala Lake Feb 13, 2010 Location: Montana, United States, North America
Route Type: Scrambling
Difficulty: very strenuous
Rock Difficulty: Class 4
Last Edited: Sep 18, 2010
76.66% 1864
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