Type: Ice, 140 ft, 2 pitches, Grade III
FA: unknown
Page Views: 415 total · 7/month
Shared By: Clay Cundy on Apr 14, 2014
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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Great multi-pitch Ice route. First pitch bolts are on the right side at the base of the upper falls. I'm not sure on the bolts for the second pitch. Approach from the highway because the county road is closed in the winter. You have to make your way down into the canyon cross the creek then work your way back up the dirt road. The final approach is steep and requires some post holing to get there. I'm not sure who the first accent belongs to or even what the real name of the route is(I just picked something). We climbed this over the weekend and noticed there wasn't a route on mountain project for it. If anyone knows the specifics please fill them in.


Ice screws of varying size


Nick Stayner
Wymont Kingdom
Nick Stayner   Wymont Kingdom
Cool to see this route in "winter" conditions! Thanks for sharing the photos! Apr 18, 2014
Clay Cundy
Gillette, WY
Clay Cundy   Gillette, WY
Thanks Nick, it was an awesome climb! It was well worth the drive and approach. We wanted to do the second pitch but the large fracture across it scared us off. Doing this one again next winter for sure. Apr 30, 2014
Clay Stoner
Sheridan, Wy
Clay Stoner   Sheridan, Wy
I believe the 1st pitch is WI3-. The second pitch I feel is WI4(-) to WI4 depending on conditions. Both can be linked up for a fun and long pitch. 2nd pitch is rapped from a massive pine to climber right. Feb 24, 2018
Mike McNeil
Spearfish, South Dakota
Mike McNeil   Spearfish, South Dakota
I would say that this gets done in one pitch but it is much longer than 140ft. It is more like 190ft. Also I would give it more like 4+ almost always. Definitely a tougher pitch than high on boulder and probably similar or harder than the Regid in Vail not to mention 50ft longer. I also heard it called the Leigh Creek Flow as well. Mar 15, 2018