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Hung Jury 

WI4 R

   
Type:  Trad, Ice, 1 pitch, 180', Grade III
Consensus: WI4 [details]
FA: 
Season: fall - winter - spring
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Submitted By: Greg Sievers on Mar 27, 2011

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Description 

one of the wildest looking ice climbs you'll ever see. due to the winds that whistle thru the Keystone Canyon, huge 'bells' or 'gargoiles' grow from the walls.
weave your way through, past, over, or around them as needed to surmount this Classic route.
rappel from slings on 3" alders on the left.

Location 

MM12.7

Protection 

depends on your balls: somewhere between 4 & 12 screws.


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Hung Jury 55 m. From the AlaskaIceClimbing: "This route consists of scoops, umbrellas, and bells that extend from base to top. These formations occur as a result of the unusual wind patterns in the area of this route that blow upward. As a result, ice conditions can vary on this route and one may be required to take a circuitous route to the top." Climbed 03/31/2013
Hung Jury 55 m. From the AlaskaIceClimbing: "...
Myself getting ready for the second pitch on Hung Jury - 03/31/2013
Myself getting ready for the second pitch on Hung ...
Hung Jury, WI4
Hung Jury, WI4
JR on P1 of Hung Jury
JR on P1 of Hung Jury
Serious business on P2 of Hung Jury - 03/31/2013
Serious business on P2 of Hung Jury - 03/31/2013

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By Dan McCabe
Jan 27, 2013

FA - Andy and Carl? Pretty sure.
By dsmit
From: Flagstaff, Az
Jan 28, 2013

Steve Clautice & Carl Tobin, February 1978. According to alaskaiceclimbing.com
By Blagoves
From: Portland, OR
Oct 29, 2013
rating: WI4 R

The best chunk of ice I ever climbed! Out of this world.
Climbed 03/31/2013