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|FA:||January 1978 by Paul Boissonneault, Chris Noonan and Jeff Butterfield|
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From the Wilcox/Lewis Book: A steep, rather obscure, ice corner and face located above the summer climb They Died Laughing, about 250ft left of The Thresher. It is best approached by ascending the snow gulley just right of the North End Slabs at the North End and then following the trail along the top of the cliff. Rappel to start or traverse carefully in from right.