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Routes in Haffner Creek

Type: Sport, Mixed, 50 ft
FA: Jim Gudjonson, Sean Isaac. Feb. '00
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Shared By: Dave Rone on Mar 9, 2012
Admins: Dave Rone, Tom Gnyra

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Description

No specific crux, but it's a little pumpy pulling onto the ice both at the ledge and at the top. There is an outrageous stein pull just before you hit the ice leading to the ledge. Stick your tool in the upward slot and cut the feet loose! There's another steinpull a little lower, but it's not quite as secure as the one that follows.

This well-traveled route starts up a steep slab just left of a right-facing corner that lead arcs up and left to form the ledge about half way up the cliff, Follow obvious picked-out holes up the slab to the steinpulls and the ice pouring off the ledge. From the ledge, a few moves lead to overhanging ice and the top.

Location

Locate the section of the cliff that has an obvious ledge about half way up. The route starts just left of the right end. Rappel or lower from the two-bolt anchor back from the top.

Protection

Five bolts protect the route, a screw or two will be nice for the ice at the top. A bolted lowering/rappel anchor can be found about 30 up and to the right of the top-out.

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