Type: Trad, TR, Ice, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Old School or Altay and Schroeder 02/07/15
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Shared By: James Schroeder on Jan 13, 2015
Admins: Doug Hemken, chris tregge, James Schroeder

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Access Issue: The railroad tracks proper are private property - No Trespassing Details


The Little Ravine is a series of three short ice-steps. The first, and most interesting step, is a short, thin pillar perched atop a wider ramp. About 50 feet further up the drainage lies a broad, low-angle section of ice that is probably climbable with one tool. Another fifty-or-so feet up the drainage lies a steeper ice-wall, that, while short, will require two tools to surmount. It is a fun little diversion that could be described as a smaller, but slightly steeper (at its steepest) version of Hully Gully in Orient Bay.


Along the tracks, just south of the major drainage containing The Relien Ravine, and just north of Le Petit Chemin de Fer Pilier. The first step can be seen easily from near the tracks.


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