Type: Trad, Ice, 1000 ft (303 m), Grade IV
FA: unknown
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Shared By: e Dixon on Nov 22, 2007
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From the end of FR 585 at the South Mineral Campground this is the prominent line of ice visible up to the left. Most only climb the first 2-3 pitches of stepped WI3-4 then rap off. Easier WI2-3 continues above. Descend by rapping the route or walk off from the top. First bolted anchor is ~110' up in the right wall, second bolted anchor is another~100' up high in the left wall, third bolted anchor is another ~100' in the left wall.

There is also another pitch of ice to the left of the main couloir. It is ~150', WI3. There is no fixed anchor on this one. Do a v-thread or find a suitable tree.


About 4.3 miles up FR 585. This is the prominent line of ice up and to the left of the road.


A selection of screws.