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R of Super Dave 

WI5 M5+

   
Type:  Trad, Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch
Consensus: WI5 M5+ [details]
FA: unknown
Season: ice season
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Submitted By: Anonymous Coward on Jan 1, 2005
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Jacek Czyz OS on R of Super Dave, Dec 28 2004.

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Jacek Czyz (jacolczyz@wp.pl) sent this to add to the database. It appears from his photo that is is the crack system just to the R of Super Dave and just L of Popsicle.

He wrote: I visited Ouray this winter 2 times. At 12-28-04 I lead OS probably new mixed line between Super Dave and Popsicle. It was TR before, but I did't find any hole, and I cleaned crack above for cams. I try put info on climbingboulder, but have some technical problem (komputer is new for me). If you can do it, will be great. Except ice screws, I used red Alien and green 0.5 camalot. But if lower ice will be shorter (like at 2003 photo), more cams or nuts will be useful.

Sorry my English.Thanks.


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Except ice screws, I used red Alien and green #0.5 Camalot.



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By Anonymous Coward
Apr 4, 2005

A friend and I did this route around mid-December, I led it that day. It has been led in previous years in one form or another, but has been covered in ice the last couple.