|Type:||Ice, 3 pitches, 350'|
|Season:||Need a few subzero nights to form|
|Submitted By:||Kevin Zagorda on Sep 27, 2008|
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From: NEPA and Upper Jay, NY
May 25, 2011
Extremely fun. P2 is often a snow slog, P1 and P3 are both challenging in different ways.
Be careful of thin ice at any time of year. If you've never climbed an active waterfall this might not be a good one to start on unless you have good, recent beta that it's solid.
By Matt Baer
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 12, 2012
|Excellent First and Third Pitches, 2nd you don't really need ropes for depending on the conditions. One of my favorite Ice Climbs in the ADK's.|
By Sam Fox
From: Burlington, VT
Apr 22, 2016
|Good, but not what I'd call a "classic".|
By Robert Hall
Jul 8, 2016
I think its "history factor" also adds into its designation as a "classic".
Finally, and no one's mentioned this in COMMENTs: In my opinion, the last 30 ft or so of the last pitch has gotten more difficult (more "technical") after Hurricane Irene, while the lower section of the last pitch has gotten easier.