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The Meadow Flows 


Type:  Ice
Consensus: WI2-3 [details]
FA: Chris Hassig, John Rankin, Dave Foster 1972
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Submitted By: lee hansche on Dec 10, 2007

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BETA PHOTO: the meadows looking a little baked out...


This is such a wide ice flow that It's more of an area than a route... The options are endless and range in difficulty from grade 2-4... It is a really fun place to just play "choose your own adventure" and wander your way up the ice aiming for what looks fun...

The original line climbs up the middle of the flow following a groove...

A great place for toproping and just messing around "bouldering"... Also perfect place to bring folks for their intro to ice...


The obvious wide ice flow you see to the right of the Parking Lot Wall rock climbs... Just hike on up from the east side of the big parking lot...


A selection of screws and slings for trees...

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A popular WI 3-3+ line at the Meadows
A popular WI 3-3+ line at the Meadows

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By Russ Keane
Feb 18, 2014

Dude, there is SO much ice over there. Just park in the lot and look up. Tons and tons of single pitch WI2, WI3, and some beautiful steep pillars and tricky problems.

All of which has fantastic bomber trees at the top, even some rap stations.

And it gets morning sun.

Soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.
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