Type: Ice, 390 ft, 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Jeff, Mike, Greg Lowe, Jim Knight and Kim Miller, 1976
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Shared By: shawn Kenney on Dec 9, 2006
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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This climbs two pitchs of low angle WI3 to the base of a column.


Park at the upper falls parking lot and hike about 75 yards and hike up the drainage to the base of the climb.




We found a really good approach yesterday. After crossing the bridge, instead of turning right continue strait up a side canyon heading South, walking by a small cement building . After a few minutes, a good trail branches right at a 2' high toomstone shaped rock....in heavy snow years this may be covered. Follow switch backs up for a while. The trail then makes a long traverse West to base of the first pitch.

For descending The Fang, Rap and down climb from trees and V threads. Dec 15, 2013
When the crux pillar isn't formed (...most of the time these days) you can still have a good time on this thing. The ramps to the left are generally in, with a bolted anchor in the cave above on a comfy ledge. From this ledge, sometimes you can even climb a WI3-4 curtain at left to the top.

Definitely follow Brian's approach beta, it's the easiest approach of all the climbs past Bridal Veil. Dec 16, 2018