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The slightly south-east facing routes of the left hand side of The Ice Box crag. <br /> <br />From left to right; <br /> <br />Fung, 5.12a Bolted overhung boulder problem. <br /> <br />My Brother, Six bolts of 5.11b climbing. <br /> <br />Wide Rider, Project, <br />Surge, Project <br />Snuff N' Stuff, Project <br />Gardner's Delight, Project <br /> <br />Two Kings and a Queen, 5.11c. Seven bolts of sick, sequential, hold onto your cards climbing! <br /> <br />The KlonDyke, 5.10a. Fun five ten minus moves on an overhung face to a sweet arete with big holds. <br /> <br />Frosted Flake, 5.10b. Start on the left side of the flake and stem across to a sick head wall. <br /> <br />Cool Whip, 5.10b. Moderate movement in the middle of the flake leads to a crux in a blonde streak. Mount the flake and enjoy big holds to the anchors. <br /> <br />And yes, that sick, overhung boulder that I keep referencing probably has 3 problems that max out at V3. <br />

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The slightly south-east facing routes of the left hand side of The Ice Box crag.

From left to right;

Fung, 5.12a Bolted overhung boulder problem.

My Brother, Six bolts of 5.11b climbing.

Wide Rider, Project,
Surge, Project
Snuff N' Stuff, Project
Gardner's Delight, Project

Two Kings and a Queen, 5.11c. Seven bolts of sick, sequential, hold onto your cards climbing!

The KlonDyke, 5.10a. Fun five ten minus moves on an overhung face to a sweet arete with big holds.

Frosted Flake, 5.10b. Start on the left side of the flake and stem across to a sick head wall.

Cool Whip, 5.10b. Moderate movement in the middle of the flake leads to a crux in a blonde streak. Mount the flake and enjoy big holds to the anchors.

And yes, that sick, overhung boulder that I keep referencing probably has 3 problems that max out at V3.

Submitted By: Brent Larsen on Nov 30, 2013