Bridal Veil Right
||Ice, 2 pitches, 200', Grade II
|Consensus: ||WI4-5 [details]|
|Season: ||Winter (December to February)|
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|Submitted By: ||John Ross on Nov 4, 2006|
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Elk that fell off the top.
Two good ice pitches on a long tongue of ice.
P1 (WI4-5): Fairly steep and sustained. Climb to an alcove on the left to find a two bolt anchor.
P2 (WI4-5): Climb over a couple of steps to a longer steep section. Find bolted anchor in the trees on the left.
Descent: Rappel from the anchors
Check avalanche conditions before climbing in this area.
Massive avalanches rip down this drainage nearly every year.
Second tongue of ice to the right of Bridal Veil Falls.
Pro: ice screws
Rope: 70m rope (two rappels) or doubles (one rappel)
Anchors: Bolted - P1 is in the cave on left, P2 is in the trees on left.
Chad Nuesmeyer - #TeamEasy
BETA PHOTO: Bridal Veil Falls, 23-DEC-06.
BETA PHOTO: Keno TR the first pitch. Belay line shows where c...
Bridal Veil condition on 12/08/2006
BETA PHOTO: (12-17-09) Bridal Veil Falls, BV Left, BV Right, &...
Coming up the first pitch 12/13/13.
Bridal Veil Left, Bridal Veil Right and White Nigh...
Chad Nuesmeyer - #TeamEasy - variation of Br...
By Garret Nuzzo-Jones
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 9, 2013
Can easily be climbed with a single 70m rope with two raps. Easier with double ropes though.
Fully bolted anchors for both pitches. P1 is in the cave on left, P2 is in the trees on left.