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Hippy Spire/ Skull butte

Hippy Spire/ Skull butte (view)

On top of the Birdtail looking south is a spire that closely resembles a hand waving the peace sign. In the distance are the foothills of the Big Belt Mountains, including Skull Butte, named by Catholic Missionaries after a group of Blackfeet Indians chased rogue Flathead indians to the top. They were forced to hold out Siege style until they perished. A Rock Cairn on top is there final resting place. Photo: Corey Stelling

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Submitted by: elemeno on 2004-04-09 | Views: 922


Rating User Date
2 out of 5 stars quincy 2005-02-12
2 out of 5 stars biff 2004-04-10