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|Type: ||Ice, 3 pitches, 375 feet, Grade II|
|Consensus: ||WI3-4 [details]|
|FA: ||Kim Miller, Jim Knight & Steve Rinefurt, 1976|
|Submitted By: ||shawn on Dec 10, 2006|
BETA PHOTO: Miller's Thriller on the left, PND on the right.
The first two pitchs are low angle WI3 the last pitch is the crux pitch.
Park at the upper falls parking area and hike up the gully just down canyon from the Fang.
|Comments on Millers Thriller
|By Michael Davidson|
From: San Diego, CA
Dec 13, 2011
I've found that the most direct and most brush-free path to the route can be found by walking to the west end of the railing along the Provo River Trail and then staying relatively close to the stream as you ascend South. You'd think more brush near the stream, but the stream bank provides some escape from the slide alder and other crap.
Nov 28, 2012
I finally found a trail (Bush whacked it up there for years - straight up from the trail - not fun), looks like somebody has been working hard on building a nice trail up to the Thriller and PND. Go across the Upper Bridge, then behind the abandoned cement pump house, up the main trail for ~40 yards then turn and head west. It was marked with surveyors tape and the trees were cut up pretty good for a path. We'll see how it holds up once the snow starts coming.