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Franky Lee 


Type:  Ice
Consensus: WI4+ [details]
FA: Chris Hassig & Brian Brodure 1977
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Submitted By: lee hansche on Feb 2, 2007

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Bradley White on Franky Lee. Feb 2013


This is the obvious flow about 100 feet left of Centerfold...a very pretty, interesting, steep climb.... Unfortunately, it is often in kind of unstable or questionable condition.... Even when fat, it tends to be candled and pro can be tricky, but it's there if you look....

It is pretty much a straight shot to the trees as you work over and around bulges and icicles....
You will find fixed rap rings on a tree at the top....

You can toprope it; however, consideration would be appreciated in allowing the route to form before climbing on it too much, as many of us would like to lead it and have it in good shape....


Next consistent flow left of Centerfold...on the left side of Parking Lot Wall....


Screws maybe slings.

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Owen top-roping Franky Lee
Owen top-roping Franky Lee
Franky Lee in pretty average conditions....
BETA PHOTO: Franky Lee in pretty average conditions....
Me leading Franky Lee in less than stellar conditi...
Me leading Franky Lee in less than stellar conditi...
Patrick Keefer making Franky Lee, child's play
Patrick Keefer making Franky Lee, child's play

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