Type: Trad, Mixed, Ice, 100 ft, Grade II
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Shared By: leithwj Leith on Jan 26, 2014
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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This climb was named by a group of college climbers from St. Lawrence and Clarkson after a night of festivities. The route starts off thin down low and gets beautifully fat up high with a step and a second steep headwall. The headwall can be bypassed by going to the right up some slabby ice, however, there is a nice rappel tree left from the top of the headwall. Some webbing may or may not be sun deteriorated around said tree.


This route starts approximately 200 feet right of Azurite at the base of a left leaning, right facing ramp. To the left of the base of the route is a large flake (~15' high) leaning up against the base of the wall. The rappel described above lands you just to the left of this block.


Screws, small trad rack (micro cams, stoppers, camolots to #1)