Climbers descend the wide ledges at the base of the cliffs on Reynolds Mountain's south aspect. These ledges are traversed to where actual Class 3 exposed (and fun) climbing begins. Great care is required when scrambling in Glacier due to all of the loose material sprinkled on the mountains. Southwest Talus Slopes Route, Glacier National Park, Summer, 2006.
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