All Locations > New York > Adirondacks > Adirondack Ice… > F: The Central… > Crane Mountain > Southeast Slopes
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|Type:||Ice, 110 ft, Grade II|
|FA:||07 Feb 2013|
|Page Views:||397 total · 5/month|
|Shared By:||Jay Harrison on Feb 9, 2013|
Climb the ice ramp beside the right-facing corner, to a big ledge with a large oak tree growing beside a steep rock wall. Continue up the right-facing corner, shuddering as you pass the 40' vertical ice pasted to the wall. Work right around a steep curtain and up a final steep bit to reach a ledge with oak trees.
About 8 minutes' walk past the Northeast Cascade, a talus pile of huge boulders blocks easy access to the side of the mountain. The talus is bordered on the left by a large, right-facing rock cliff - along which this route runs. Work up this left verge to the base of this route.