Type: Mixed, Ice, 4 pitches
FA: Joe Buzowski & Troy Kirwan; Dec. 1991
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Shared By: ozman on May 24, 2012 · Updates
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You & This Route

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This is a great line just one drainage north of the Weeping Wall. Pitches can vary greatly dependent on where you choose to belay. First pitch is pure ice 4- with occasional bolt options on the left. With 70's you can run this first pitch to the amphitheater. The second pitch traverses right and up easy ice to a partial cave, v thread belay. Pitch three can be pure rock M4 traverse left then straight up to bolt/piton belay. Next 1-2 pitches of snow/easy ice to base of upper pillar. Climb typically thin final pillar to top out. Rap off of trees.


Park at the Weeping Wall parking lot and walk north about 200M. You'll see the line on the east. You can easily tell from the road if the route is in.


Stubbies, assorted small cams and maybe a spector placement, leave the iron at home.