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History of Things to Come 

WI6 M7 R

   
Type:  Trad, Mixed, Ice, Alpine, 15 pitches, 2800', Grade V
Consensus: WI6 M7 [details]
FA: John Kelley / Josh Varney
New Route: Yes
Season: September through March
Page Views: 424
Submitted By: Johnkelley on Dec 25, 2012

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Photo Josh Varney

Description 

This is the narrow chimney between Most People Are Dj's and Ganked and Slayed on the left hand side of the North Face of Mt. Yukla. We topped out on the sub peak on the North Ridge and decended from there. See the 2007 AAJ for more info.

Location 

Mount Yukla

Protection 

Cams, stoppers, pins, and ice screws


Photos of History of Things to Come Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Luke Bouvrie(sp?) on an earlier failed attempt
Luke Bouvrie(sp?) on an earlier failed attempt
Rock Climbing Photo: Start of the crux pitch Photo Josh Varney
Start of the crux pitch Photo Josh Varney
Rock Climbing Photo: The left hand side of the North Face
BETA PHOTO: The left hand side of the North Face
Rock Climbing Photo: Crux Pitch Photo Josh Varney
Crux Pitch Photo Josh Varney
Rock Climbing Photo: Photo John Kelley
Photo John Kelley
Rock Climbing Photo: Photo John Kelley
Photo John Kelley
Rock Climbing Photo: The left hand side of the North Face showing Most ...
BETA PHOTO: The left hand side of the North Face showing Most ...

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