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Whales in the Jungle 


Type:  Ice, 1 pitch, 80'
Consensus: WI3 [details]
FA: Unknown
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Submitted By: Sarah Crosier on Dec 25, 2010

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BETA PHOTO: Whales is the semi-snowy line on the left. Lions ...

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By Sarah Crosier
From: Leavenworth, Washington
Dec 25, 2010

Left of Lions on the Beach
By Ryan and Jesse Morse-Brady
Feb 28, 2013

Cant you do a better job than this? You added nothing, actually you added confusion. Please get out your guide book use the information (don't steal previously written material) to spur your memory of the climb where it is in a defining way, what was cool about it, perhaps but not required a beta photo. Otherwise take this down your post so that somebody who has the time to do it right can put up this route. If all routes were put up this poorly this webpage would go away. Be proud of what you do and what you write!
By Bill Kirby
From: Baltimore Maryland
Mar 23, 2013

Hey Ryan, Sarah is spot on! Whales is to the left of Lions. It's the thin slab of ice 20 feet to left of Lion's on the Beach.

What's cool about it? Whales is as tall as Lions but takes no gear.

Now you know where.. Time to get after it. Make sure hit Tromping in the Tulips afterwards. That's a 3+ too. The route is 75 feet to left of Whales. It starts with traversing climber's right up a ledge then across a tree keep right up to thin ice and frozen moss to the top. Rap down.. There's an anchor to the left. I'm pretty sure Ian Osteyee's FA hasn't seen a second.
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