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Type:  Ice, 1 pitch, 150'
Consensus: WI4-5 [details]
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Submitted By: shawn on Dec 17, 2006

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A very fat Donorcicle (01/28/2012)

Description 

This is cone shaped ice fall. Thin at the top and often very thick at the bottom.


Location 

At mile marker 2.8 take the dirt road and drive up the road as far as you can, hike the rest of the way up into the canyon. The ice can often be seen from the road in just the right place. If you have to hike from the road its about 20 min walk to the ice.


Protection 

Ice Screws. Rappel from the trees above.



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The view from behind Donorcicle.
The view from behind Donorcicle.
Inside looking out
Inside looking out
Leading the Donorcicle in fatter conditions.
Leading the Donorcicle in fatter conditions.
Donorcicle without much of a cone built up
Donorcicle without much of a cone built up
Donorcicle, Feb. 2002 ([[SERAC Mountaineering Club...
Donorcicle, Feb, 2004
Donorcicle, Feb, 2004
Anchors at the top of Donorcicle.
BETA PHOTO: Anchors at the top of Donorcicle.
The Donorcicle lookin' fat!
The Donorcicle lookin' fat!
Working the mixed route behind Donorcicle (Mike Adams).
Working the mixed route behind Donorcicle (Mike Ad...
Nate Sackett leading the Donorcicle
Nate Sackett leading the Donorcicle
Donorcicle as of 12/25/2013
BETA PHOTO: Donorcicle as of 12/25/2013
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By kBobby
From: Spokane, WA
Dec 18, 2006

You can set up a TR on this one by hiking up to climber's left. There is a two-bolt anchor on a boulder at the top. It requires two ropes.

By Alec
Feb 21, 2010
rating: WI5

Excellent, sustained climb. A 60m reaches the ground, barely.

I can't ever see this even coming close to WI4 conditions. When we did it it was FAT and still had 60ft of vertical ice.