Type: Ice, 100 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Spencer Weiler on Jan 22, 2010 with improvements by Mike V.
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Easily the best ice climb in the logan area.
100 feet of beautiful green ice that forms quite reliably every winter, about 30 feet wide at the start and around 20 feet at the top. The first 15 feet are about 75 degrees, followed by a gully of 45 degree to 60 degree ice, with the crux 25 feet of vertical ice at the end.
There is a less vertical/direct route that ascends the left side of the falls, which decreases the rating and pump.

Easily toproped via the fat descent tree.


Directions: Drive up Right Hand fork road,(or walk or snowmobile depending on road conditions. Not plowed in winter) till you pass a fenced cabin on the right side of the road. The climb is visible from the road a few hundred yards before the campsite (high on the hill). continue on the road until you reach 0.85 miles from US89.

On your right will be a large flat campsite with a large boulder next to the stream. Behind the boulder is a fallen tree (as of November 2019).

Cross the small but still challenging river via some rocks and a board that is usually present, and hike up the steep slope to the ice. 15 min. from the river to the ice.

Descent: Rap from fat tree off slings. One 60 meter is fine.


Ice screws. The ice is pretty thick. 16-19 cm screws work well.