Type: Trad, Ice, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Brad Brandewie on Jan 25, 2002
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is a good beginner lead/TR. There are good stances from which to place screws.

Sometimes, the rock above and right gets a curtain of ice that can make for an interesting finish.


Bring a few ice screws.

Toprope Protection

There are trees above this route that can be used for TR. Bring some long slings.


I was informed from a CMS guide that the huge roof about 20' to the right of the small WI2+ flow was attempted by Kelly Cordes some years ago. It packs a punch and was only lead with small, small RPs and stoppers. Just an idea for some crazy dry tool freaks. Feb 4, 2003
Boulder, CO
claytown   Boulder, CO
Climbed this route 12/1/07. Not nearly as much ice as shown in the picture. A #0.75 or a #1 C4 and 1 screw is all the gear you need. Short and really strange exit moves when there isn't ice, but it's worth a run.

CL Dec 2, 2007
Boulder finally
OkieGirl   Boulder finally
Really short, but I thought the strange exit moves were fun. Feb 11, 2008
J. Fox
Black Hawk, CO
J. Fox   Black Hawk, CO
When the curtain forms above this and to the right, like it was yesterday, 3/5/11, it makes for a fun, thin, WI4+ top out. Belay with slings from trees atop the rock wall. Mar 6, 2011