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Routes in Hidden Falls

Dangler, The T WI5 M6
End-O-Daze S WI5 M9
Fir Hang T,TR WI5+ M10 PG13
Hidden Falls (main) T,TR WI3-4
Kiddie Flow (Far Left) WI1
Ruff Route, The T M9
Small Flow (left) T WI2+
Small Flow (right) T WI4+ M5+
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Type: Ice, 50 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 1,222 total · 15/month
Shared By: Rob Baumgartner on Feb 21, 2012
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is a short, very easy flow that forms in a gully about 100 feet left of and around the corner from the main falls. It's a great beginner lead, or a more adventurous way to head up top to set a TR on the main falls or Left Flow.


There's a good-sized pine tree at the top for an anchor.


Leo Paik
Westminster, Colorado
Leo Paik   Westminster, Colorado  
Is this the normal downclimb minus the snow that typically covers the ice? Feb 25, 2012
Rob Baumgartner
Rob Baumgartner   Niwot
Ha HA! Love the Monty Python vid. Pretty much sums it up. The normal downclimb is further left. Mar 6, 2012
Justin Deal
Denver, CO
Justin Deal   Denver, CO
Haha, that video is sweet Jonny V. I ran up this without a rope today to put an anchor on the Left Flow, and it was awesome! A little bit thinner than in the pics, so if you're going to climb this without a rope, be ready for the last part, because it can steepen out on you and there's sort of just rocks at the top sometimes apparently. Dec 31, 2012

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