Rename Chinese Wall in Montana

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Why Rename Chinese Wall?

The Chinese Wall is a legendary spine of limestone that spans more than 50 miles across Bob Marshall Wilderness in Montana.

Thousands of hiking enthusiasts from across the world visit this remote location every year. The curtain of rock sits on the eastern border of the Rockies close to the heart of the 1.5-million-acre Bob Marshall Wilderness complex.

Locals have long questioned why the magnificent landmark was called the Chinese Wall. They want this beautiful and striking piece of landscape to be connected to the rich local heritage and nature related to the great state of Montana.

A team of six friends and family have been rallying authorities, entrepreneurs and politicians to team up and get the name appropriately changed once and for all.

This is no easy endeavor, as it will literally require an act of Congress to give the Wall a new name. We need your support to get the job done.

Please follow us on social media, share our posts, and if you can please donate to the cause. Let's see if we can really make this campaign fly. You could help us to make history.




Are you in a position to be able to donate to the cause? It is going to cost a lot of money to get it through to Congress, so any donations would be amazing. You can donate here:


And if you have any ideas about what this amazing landmark should be called then we would love to hear your thoughts. Either email us or get the debate going on Facebook or Twitter. 

The Rename Chinese Wall Campaign Team