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Quinn the Eskimo 

WI2-3

   
Type:  Ice, 1 pitch, 110', Grade II
Original: WI2-3 [details]
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Submitted By: George Privon on Feb 28, 2011

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Rappel down Quinn. 60m rope just barely long enoug...

Description 

Relatively low angle route with bulges, good for aspiring leaders.

Location 

The climb is down the canyon from Positive Reinforcement. It is up a short steep snow slow about 40ft right of Midnight Cruiser.

Protection 

Standard rack of ice screws., there are trees at the top that can be used as anchors. There is also a tree part way up on the left side that can be used for rappels if using only one rope.


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By Kevin A Stewart
From: Plattsburgh, NY
Feb 20, 2016
rating: WI2-3

This was an excellent route to practice leading!
By Bill Kirby
From: Baltimore Maryland
Feb 28, 2016

From the tree at the top my 70M got us to the bottom.

I suggest rigging a screw anchor to belay your second up above the two trees at the top. This makes belaying less awkward than using the tree the rap anchors on.

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