Post Creek Falls
||Ice, 3 pitches, 220', Grade II
|Consensus: ||WI3- [details]|
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|Submitted By: ||Trevor Bowman on Jan 3, 2008|
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Kim at the bottom of the 1st Pitch
This leftmost climb of the Post Creek area can't actually be seen from the trailhead, as it's tucked into a cleft. From the first bench on the approach, it becomes visible. It offers several short easy pitches, and is a good introductory climb.
P1-A low angle slab to a tree belay. 110' WI2
P2-A 30' bulge of easy WI3.
P3-Two flow options of comparable difficulty and length. 80' WI3-
Follow the drainage up to the climb, which is tucked in the big cleft several hundred meters left of the Three Sisters. Rap the route from trees.
Screws. A single 70m rope will get you down.
Climbing at Post Creek Falls in January 2013