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The Amphitheater 


Type:  TR, Ice, 1 pitch, 65'
Original: WI5 [details]
Season: later in winter
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Submitted By: jon jugenheimer on Nov 15, 2006

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First lead in Munising


This climb consists of daggers in a deep bowl. The way to do this is to start in the back of the bowl and connect the daggers and pull around to the front and over the top. But sometimes the main dagger touches down and it's really straightforward, and an easier climb than when it's not touching down.


This climb is northeast along the cliff line from the Dryer Hose, about a 150-yard walk.


Top rope from trees on top.

Photos of The Amphitheater Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Another great photo taken by Jack Frost of a class...
Another great photo taken by Jack Frost of a class...
Rock Climbing Photo: Amphitheater
Rock Climbing Photo: Taken 4/6/2014
Taken 4/6/2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Jon trying to put together the daggers on the roof...
Jon trying to put together the daggers on the roof...

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By Erik Olson
Jul 23, 2007

This climb is extremely variable depending on amount of ice that forms that year it can be either one solid apron rated about WI 3-4 or a series of incomplete ice flows making it WI 6 or harder.

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