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Twenty Below Zero gully 


Type:  Trad, Ice, 2 pitches, Grade III
Consensus: WI4+ [details]
FA: Henry Barber, Michael Hatrich, Al Rubin, January 1974
Season: Winter
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Submitted By: kevin fox on Feb 28, 2011

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one route left of Glass Menagerie. This was the first route to be climbed at lake willoughby. the second pitch is where the crux lies. multiple lines to be had on this route. you can make it as hard or easier.


left of Glass Menagerie


screws. look for slung trees to rap off of

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Twenty Below Zero Gully and Glass Menagerie
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Mount Pisgah February 16, 2014
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By Frank Robertson
From: Ridgway, CO
4 hours ago

Rap requires a mid-way stop and v-thread
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