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Positive Reinforcement 

WI3-4

   
Type:  Ice, 1 pitch, 100'
Original: WI4- [details]
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Season: Nov - Mar
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Submitted By: Jay Harrison on Dec 3, 2009

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cool 4+(+) on the far right side (march '15)

Description 

The flow dubbed Positive Reinforcement is wide enough for several parties.

Location 

About 10 minutes down from the top of Chapel Pond Canyon.

Protection 

Ice Screws


Photos of Positive Reinforcement Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Very popular practice area
Very popular practice area
Rock Climbing Photo: Right side of PR, Jan 13'
Right side of PR, Jan 13'
Rock Climbing Photo: There is an interesting and steep 4+ line on the r...
There is an interesting and steep 4+ line on the r...
Rock Climbing Photo: Deke Pederson sets out on the sharp end of Positiv...
Deke Pederson sets out on the sharp end of Positiv...
Rock Climbing Photo: Left side of PR. Jan 13'
Left side of PR. Jan 13'
Rock Climbing Photo: Positive Reinforcement: March 5, 2013
Positive Reinforcement: March 5, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Middle of PR, Jan 13'
Middle of PR, Jan 13'
Rock Climbing Photo: Awesome WI5(+) M7ish on the far left side (March '...
Awesome WI5(+) M7ish on the far left side (March '...

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By Chris Duca
From: Havertown, PA
Feb 13, 2011
rating: WI3-

A great route that always seems to have a party on it. Typically very stepped out, which makes for easy passage, though not the most optimal protection scenarios.
By Eriks Rozners
From: Binghamton, NY
Feb 6, 2012
rating: WI3-4

Depending on how it comes in, there may be up to five distinct lines on the Positive Reinforcement wall that may range from mellow WI3 to good 4+.

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