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climb-high


Apr 9, 2010, 11:07 AM
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unmarked route at Bozeman Pass
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So yesterday my friend and i were out climbing at the pass, before and slightly during that great snow storm. we were climbing in the Powerline Buttress area when we notice a short climb that was on the far right side. This climb started just to the right of Night Shift's anchors in a little cave thing. The climb was short, only three bolts, and the approach was interesting to say the least. The climb was really fun and super exposed, especially getting to the first bolt. If any one has any information on this climb i would greatly appreciate it. The approach was the start of Kitchen Sink "the Clit" and then heading up mellow but loose terrain left. Thanks


kylekienitz


Apr 9, 2010, 11:14 AM
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Sorry, I've got no info for you. But I am wondering how the conditions are in the pass. Is there a lot of snow still?


climb-high


Apr 9, 2010, 11:25 AM
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yesterday it wasnt to bad until the snow started falling. most of the routes were dry. the approach is still very muddy with snow in some spots along the way, bring boots. besides that and the wind, which was really whipping, conditions were great. cold enough to get grip on the crips but warm enough to really enjoy it.


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Apr 12, 2010, 8:16 PM
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climb-high wrote:
So yesterday my friend and i were out climbing at the pass, before and slightly during that great snow storm. we were climbing in the Powerline Buttress area when we notice a short climb that was on the far right side. This climb started just to the right of Night Shift's anchors in a little cave thing. The climb was short, only three bolts, and the approach was interesting to say the least. The climb was really fun and super exposed, especially getting to the first bolt. If any one has any information on this climb i would greatly appreciate it. The approach was the start of Kitchen Sink "the Clit" and then heading up mellow but loose terrain left. Thanks

I think that you are describing "short shift", Climb night shift, head right of night shifts anchors, this is kind of like a second pitch of night shift or junk show. was what you were on maby about a 5.11a?


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