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Routes in Chapel Pond Canyon

Buford WI5 M6 PG13
Geek, The S M6
Haggis and Cold Toast WI3+
Hot Shot WI4
Ice Slot WI4
Ice Storm WI5+ M5 PG13
Lions on the Beach WI4-
Midnight Cruiser WI3
Positive Reinforcement WI3-4
Post Purchase Dissonance TR WI3+ M2-3 PG13
Quinn the Eskimo WI2-3
Rule of the Bone WI3+
Turbo TR M6+
Whales in the Jungle WI3
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Type: Ice, 180 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: alex Mclaren on Mar 22, 2015
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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This route starts 30 feet to the left of Quinn The Eskimo in a notch of rock. the first 30 feet are mixed and follow a smear of ice on blocky rock. from here a section of snow leads to lower angled ice with many options, and finally to a 20 foot vertical section at the top. The final portion is the crux.


This route starts 30 feet to the left of Quinn The Eskimo in a notch of rock. The start has a log across it a few feet up. Park at the beer walls lot and walk towards Positive Reinforcement and take a right.


Standard Ice Rack and rock pro for start. Ends at a Rap anchor on a tree, two rappels to the ground.


Dom R
Estes Park, CO
Dom R   Estes Park, CO
Not really that mixed for the first bit when it's in, I used maybe two feet on the rock. Definitely a worthwhile route, the first bit is a cool squeeze of ice and then you get to cruise up a long and easy flow that steepens with each bit of ground gained until you hit the vertical section at the tippy top. Very fun. The second rappel station had a pretty tiny ass screw-link to rap off. I left a carabiner there for something beefier. Mar 5, 2016

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