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Small Flow (left) 

WI2+

   
Type:  Trad, Ice, 1 pitch, 40'
Consensus: WI2+ [details]
FA: unknown
Season: winter
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Submitted By: Brad Brandewie on Jan 26, 2002

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BETA PHOTO: Left flow, 3/1/4.

Description 

This is a good beginner lead/TR. There are good stances from which to place screws.

Sometimes, the rock above and right gets a curtain of ice that can make for an interesting finish.


Protection 

Bring a few ice screws.


Toprope Protection 

There are trees above this route that can be used for TR. Bring some long slings.



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Steve Towne leading the ice flow to the left of the main flow at Hidden Falls.
Steve Towne leading the ice flow to the left of th...
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By Nate Christiansen
Feb 4, 2003

I was informed from a CMS guide that the huge roof about 20' to the right of the small WI2+ flow was attempted by Kelly Cordes some years ago. It packs a punch and was only lead with small, small RPs and stoppers. Just an idea for some crazy dry tool freaks.

By claramie
From: Boulder, CO
Dec 2, 2007

Climbed this route 12/1/07. Not nearly as much ice as shown in the picture. A #0.75 or a #1 C4 and 1 screw is all the gear you need. Short and really strange exit moves when there isn't ice, but it's worth a run.

CL

By OkieGirl
From: Boulder finally
Feb 11, 2008

Really short, but I thought the strange exit moves were fun.

By J. Fox
From: Black Hawk, CO
Mar 6, 2011

When the curtain forms above this and to the right, like it was yesterday, 3/5/11, it makes for a fun, thin, WI4+ top out. Belay with slings from trees atop the rock wall.