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Range Name(s): Selkirk Mountains, Хребет Селкирк     Geology: Please update
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North America, Canada: British Columbia

  • 1 581 m / 5 187 ft
  • 0 people climbed it

North America, United States (USA): Washington

  • 2 203 m / 7 228 ft
  • 0 people climbed it

North America, Canada: British Columbia

  • 3 519 m / 11 545 ft
  • 0 people climbed it

Canada: Alberta, British Columbia

  • 2 Mar 2017 - 14 Apr 2017
  • Peyto Peak,St. Nicholas Peak,Mount Olive(3126 m)
  • Wapta Ski Traverse

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Midnight Lightning, Columbia Boulder

First sent by Ron Kauk who worked it for over two months in 1978 with fellow hardman John Bachar, this line up the Columbia Boulder stands as a true milestone in modern rock climbing. The first female ascent of Midnight Lightning was by Lynn Hill, though she used a toprope to suss the moves, but this was before the days of crashpads as we know them today. Little Lynnie started trying it in 1995 and completed it in 1998. The problem had been easily identified by a chalk lightning bolt draw by John Bachar in 1978 while attempting the problem with John Yablonski and Ron Kauk. In May 2013, the iconic chalk lightning bolt was scrubbed off the face of the boulder. The bolt was re-drawn in the same location a few days later.

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