On Wednesday, Jan 2nd Sam Magro and I climbed a nice ice flow we had eyed a couple weeks prior while skinning around upper East Hyalite. The first pitch entailed a thin, hollow, blobby smear up to an interesting dagger encounter. Although this dagger was short, it had some wild moves getting around to the front. This pitch was about 35 meters long and WI 5. The next pitch climbed thin and cool mixed ground into a snow and ice gully with rock steps. Very alpinish. 70 meters, M4. Both pitches had thought provoking gear, but decent at the crux dagger. We named it Blood On the Tracks due to a wound Sam received to the face following the first pitch. Great fun. Sorry no pictures, as neither of us had a working camera. On a whole other note, today I saw the write up on Pura Vida (the route on the far right side of the Black Magic Wall put up last year) in Outside Bozeman and found some of the information to be incorrect. First it says that this route is rated 5.11 WI 6. Tyler Nygard and I climb this brilliant route two days after the first ascent by Alex and Thomas and found no rock climbing on it whatsoever, just thin ice. Also, it says that Nick Wakeman got the first free ascent, when in fact we both got it clean, myself on lead and Tyler following. Since this website is all about the information I thought these corrections would be appreciated, even if running the risk of sounding like a braggart. Oh yeah, just wanted to say thanks to Kalakay, Jojo, Jim Earl, and whoever else that has worked so hard to keep the road to Hyalite open. Greatly appreciated fellas and gals!