Avg: 3 from 2 votes
|Type:||Trad, TR, Ice, 90 ft|
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|Shared By:||TheIceManCometh on Mar 17, 2014|
Lick Brook requires a permit to ice climb. Details
Lick Brook is managed by the Finger Lakes Land Trust. To climb here, you need a permit from the Land Trust that shows $5,000,000 insurance coverage for liability and property damage. Cornell University has such coverage and takes groups of students regularly.
DescriptionUpper Falls. 140' high depending on the size of the cone at the base.
in good conditions there are one or two ice columns 50ft + high that form to the climber's left of the upper falls.
Not sure if climbing is allowed on the upper falls. The south side is posted that climbing is only allowed with written permission from M. Thayer, 18 Town Line Road. Perhaps M. Thayer owns the property that borders that side of the falls?