||Trad, Ice, 2 pitches, 100', Grade II
|Consensus: ||WI3 [details]|
|Season: ||Late Fall|
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|Submitted By: ||percious on Nov 29, 2007|
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The right side of Timberline Falls is a little les...
Two pitches of ice separated by a small pond create a fun outing. The bottom is a short 30 foot bulge with often thinner ice, with the top filling out nicely in the late fall. The climb tops out at beautiful Glass Lake. The top section is more difficult and sustained WI3, while the bottom is a challenging warm-up.
Head 1 mile southwest on the trail from Loch Vale.
Short screws for the bottom, long ones for up top.
John Langston on Timberline Falls (WI3).
Left side of Timberline Falls. 100' of WI3 on 1/1...
Timberline Falls directly below Lake of Glass.