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WI2-3 PG13

Type:  Ice, 1 pitch, 30'
Consensus: WI2-3 [details]
FA: Kyle Kingrey
Season: Dec, Jan, Feb when wet and cold
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Submitted By: allen simons on Jan 16, 2007
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BETA PHOTO: Disneyland. You can basically avoid the pipes rel...


Short vertical pillars against a rock wall. Can be in one day and out the next.


At the east end of the Narrows just east of the Beige Siphon Tube on the south side of US Hwy. 34. Walk uphill for 50 feet to base of climb. A couple of variations exist. Rap off of sling or walk off.


Screws or top rope.


Cams blue Alien to #1 Camalot can be useful.

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Kyle on the FA of 'Disney on Ice' 2006.
Kyle on the FA of 'Disney on Ice' 2006.
Disney Land.
BETA PHOTO: Disney Land.
Perhaps, "Have you seen my Kitten?"
Perhaps, "Have you seen my Kitten?"
Blast away on the right side.  Felt stiff for WI3.
Blast away on the right side. Felt stiff for WI3.
Disney on Ice.
Disney on Ice.
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By allen simons
Jan 23, 2007

In fat on 1-22-7. Allen

By allen simons
Jan 25, 2007

I'll work on it. I will have to find last year's photo. Also, I could not remember your friend's name for the FA.

By kyle kingrey
From: Loveland
Jan 30, 2007

I led the main column of ice, and Joe Stiles soloed the line to left he is calling 'Have you seen my Kitten?' what a weirdo!

By allen simons
Feb 3, 2007

Leo, thanks for submitting the pic's of Disney Land. I haven't been able to get around to it. This is the one flow in the narrows that may form more often than all of the new climbs recently posted. It was in last year, and I have seen it before. We named it in tribute to Jim Disney, who used to climb in the Big T long before the rest of us.