Type: Ice, Alpine, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: Todd Cozzens, Mark Brown, 1989/90
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Shared By: Stymingersfink on Dec 22, 2007 · Updates
Admins: Jim Clarke, Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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Aptly named, after all the work it takes to get here, it'd better be in climbable condition! Climb to the top of this massive pillar, then bump right to belay your second from sling anchor.

To descend, rap the pillar, then continue down the drainage rapping High on Boulder. You may retrieve any gear left at the confluence of High on Boulder and Moonrise on your way back to the vehicle.

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High in the drainage above High on Boulder... we did Moonrise, then hiked up the steppy drainage to gain a rubble-strewn slope which would provide access to the next drainage left. You will hike past one potential route which may sometimes materialize as an 80' free-standing pillar, IDK. Continue east another 100yds or so.

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Screws.

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