South Facing Wall (West of the Main Flow)
||Trad, Ice, 1 pitch
|Original: ||WI2-3 [details]|
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|Submitted By: ||James Balasalle on Mar 8, 2003|
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About halfway up. Jake Wyatt behind the camera.
About 100 yards west of the main flow is a smaller but wider climb. It's about 25-30 feet long and less than vertical. There were a couple of bulges that needed to be negotiated and made the climb interesting. It is an easy walk off to the left or the right.
The ice can be thin or parts of the rock underneath it maybe exposed but covered with snow. Don't break your tools.
Ice screws. Some shorties might be helpful.
|Comments on South Facing Wall (West of the Main Flow)
By Ben Mottinger
Nov 20, 2003
James--looks like you're climbing something from 7-11. ;-)