Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||Mixed, 60 ft|
|FA:||Mar 6, 2016, Jim Lawyer, Chris Beauchamp|
|Page Views:||191 total · 16/month|
|Shared By:||Jim Lawyer on Jan 25, 2017|
DescriptionExcellent dry tooling. Considerably easier when the rock is visible (i.e., not covered by snow).
Go up the right-leaning crack to a ledge with a small tree stump. (This start was how Reunion was first climbed; Reunion is now commonly started on the right side of the square cave.) From the ledge, continue up a crack, (V1) then traverse left 8' to where a seam breaks through a wide overlap. Go up this seam to a ledge with a fixed anchor. If there's ice above, you can continue another 30' up to the trees; otherwise lower from the anchor.
V1: Instead of traversing left 8', it is also possible to continue straight up the crack and right-facing corner to meet the ice, then up to the top. This has been led at M6 NEI4.