Peter TR'ing a climb at New Funtier. Photo taken ...
This is a subarea created for better organization. It will include routes in the New Funtier. Obviously, with an ice park, the routes will vary with spigot proliferation.
For the time being, these routes will include Reckless to Frozen World. Some of these lines can be a bit challenging to figure out which line you are climbing upon.
This area was created for the increasing need for terrain for the lower-end difficulty of the ice climber, but there is room to play with mixed terrain, too.
For the newcomer, this can be a bit challenging to figure out the routes from above.
Hike up to the ice park, or drive and park. Then go uphill from the upper bridge. Follow the signs longer than you think to New Funtier. The trail starts the same as for South Park. Count on at least 5 minutes the first time there.
You can rappel in or find the descent gully (hopefully with a fixed rope) on the uphill end. It is a bit more treacherous a descent compared with the School Room and South Park descents.
Note, you cannot get here from the Graduate School area (downhill).
Note, this listing doesn't quite seem to match the terrain from below (if you have more info, please contact me).
A. Reckless, WI3-4, 1p, 60', screws. B. G.N.R. WI3-4, 1p, 60', screws. C. Miller Time, WI2-3, 1p, 25', screws. D. Pocahontas, WI4, 1p, 80', screws. E. Lewis, WI3-3+, 1p, 60', screws. V gully. F. Ice Chimney Roof, WI3 M6, 1p, TR. G. Clark, WI4 M6-7, 1p, TR. H. Asolo Mio, WI3-4, 1p, 60', screws. I. The Cook, WI3, 1p. J. Jimmy Cracked Corner, WI2, 1p. K. Captain Goddamnit, WI3, 1p. L. Miller High Life, WI3, 1p. M. Miller Genuine Draft, WI3, 1p. N. Miller Lite, WI3, 1p. O. Beaver Liquors, WI3, 1p. P. Mongo's Park, WI3, 1p. Q. Cradle of Ice, WI3, 1p. R. Frozen World, WI2+, 1p.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for New Funtier:
Good routes here, we did 2 without moving the anchor, and you can direct the rope over the top of the flow for the steepest choice. Guides lock this up on weekends. (But we asked and then climbed while they were occupied on other routes.)We did a nice flow right under the prow, WI2, which comes up directly to the tree. Then you can move left for a steeper climb. Then you can throw in a screw or carefully direct the rope over the top and get the rating they give on the map. All fun!...[more]Browse More Classics in CO