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Tag Archives: Montana
Larry Morris has published a book about the August 17, 1959 7.5 Yellowstone earthquake that killed 28. A climber on Granite who is believed to have been buried in an avalanche. His body has never been recovered and he is … Continue reading
Kenneth Lissner of Tampa was airlifted from Borah on Wedneday, August 10 after he used his satellite phone to report he was hypothermic at 12:30 a.m. Two Bear Air Rescue from Kalispell, Montana picked him up at 6:15 a.m. and … Continue reading
15 members and civilians from the 341st Missile Wing at Malmstrom Air Force Base attempted Granite Peak on August 4-6 as the part of the USAF Summits 50 Highpoint Challenge.
Thomas Craig Pfeifle, 19, of Rapid City, was airlifted near the summit of Granite Peak on Monday, August 8, following an accident and is in critical condition after being moved to Seattle. He was rescued at 12,200 feet of the … Continue reading
Despite a write in attempt, Granite Peak failed to make the list of Montana’s Seven Greatest Natural Wonders. The list said: 7. Missouri Breaks, 6. Giant Springs, 5. Gates of the Mountains, 4. Garden Wall in Glacier National Park, 3. … Continue reading
Brandi Roman climbed Granite on August 15 to support the fight against Parkinson’s. She was accompanied by a film crew donated by Azilect, a Parkinson’s disease medicine Roman takes.
A Montana tourist promotion on the side of Chicago L trashtalking the Chicago landscape with Montana. Among the comparisons was a comparison of Willis Tower (1,450 feet) and Granite Peak (12,799 feet). The Chicago Tribune responded with pictures of Chicago … Continue reading
Amos R. Little, who did the 24th documented ascent of Granite Peak (in 1958), died on June 22 at age of 91. In 1944 he parachuted onto the 11,000 foot level of Crown Peak in Colorado to rescue victims of … Continue reading
The Billings Gazette on August 4, 2007 had an article on the 50 for Tibet program.
Backcountry accident reports on the wires on February 16, 2006.