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Summer Alpine Ice Climbing in Montana’s Beartooth Mountains
This trip report describes a four day backpacking and alpine climbing trip to Whitetail Peak in Montana’s Beartooth Range, July 9-11, 2002. See end of document for gear notes &...
By Backpacking Light
"Ryan Jordan and Alan Dixon's enjoyable narrative of an alpine ice climb of Whitetail Peak provides a scenic armchair backdrop to their detailed analysis of lightweight backpacking and climbing equipment. Gear lists and item weights are included."
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