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Climbers Guide To Montana
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Climbers Guide To Montana

 
Climbers Guide To Montana

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Climbers Guide To Montana

Manufacturer: Mountain Press Publishing Co.

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Page By: FlatheadNative

Created/Edited: May 28, 2009 / May 28, 2009

Object ID: 6139

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Product Description:

 
 

This book covers 1,150 peaks through 34 of Montana's mountain ranges.

Each route is classed to its difficulty as well a basic approach to the mountain's summit.

The books also includes 500 photos, route description as well as maps.

The following mountain ranges or areas are featured in the guide:

Purcells, Cabinets, Salish, Coeur d'Alene, Whitefish, Swan, Mission, Glacier National Park, Rattlesnake, Bitterroot, Sapphire, Flint Creek, Anaconda, Pioneer, Beaverhead, Flathead, Rocky Mountain Front, Garnet, Boulder Biolith, Elkhorn, Tobacco Root, Ruby River, North Prairie, Big Belt, Little Belt, Snowy, Bridger, Crazy, Madison, Gallatin, Absaroko East and West, Beartooth and Lower Yellowstone Area.

Excerpts:

The following descriptions are found in the book:

Ipasha Peak 9572 [S] South approach from Ahern Peak. T-rated on the northeast arete.

Ahern Peak 8749 [W] Goat trail on southeast ridge.

Gable Mountain 9262 [S] South or east ridge.

Seward Mountain 8917 [S] Southwest ridge from Redgap Pass.


Caffery used the following rating system for all peaks in the book.

[D] = Drive
[P] = Primitive Road
[J] = Jeep Trail
[W] = Walk
[S] = Scramble
[C] = Climb
[T] = Technical

The Difficult News:

Unfortunately this book is no longer in print.

It can be found on line through careful searching. It is worth the effort in finding it.

Perhaps if the publisher gets enough inquiries they or another publisher will put out a second edition.

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FlatheadNativeGreat book

Voted 5/5

if you can find it buy it.

A must have if climbing in Montana.
Posted May 28, 2009 10:20 pm

alpinelightWish I had one

Voted 5/5

Should have purchased one back in the 80's. I Always borrowed one from library. Sure wish a new edition would be published.
Posted Jun 7, 2009 6:33 pm

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