Type: Ice, 350 ft (106 m), 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Dharma Bum on Sep 27, 2008
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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A classic fun climb, very popular, consequently a conga line normally forms on weekends. P1 is the crux and climbs either the narrow chimney on the right, or the more exposed face on the left depending on conditions (amount of ice and water flow). Beware of open ice above P1 with rushing water below. P2 is very easy and many choose to simulclimb this pitch. P3 narrows and follows the line of moderate ice to a large topout. Parts of P3 can be a thin curtain early in the season. There is an easy walkoff on the left that follows the hiking trail back down and is much quicker and easier than trying to rappell.


Right off Rt 73 at the bottom of the steep hill as you head north from Chapel Pond. Park at the trailhead for Giant Mountain on the right side of 73 and make the short walk to the base of the falls.


Nothing special to note.