Type: Trad, Mixed, Ice, Alpine, 360 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Hunter Lee, Steve Janes, April 14th/2017
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Shared By: Steve Janes on Apr 18, 2017
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Access Issue: Mt Arrowsmith is partly private property Details


Begin by climbing up a short initial thin ice step to a slightly left trending snow ramp, followed by another more difficult ice step that took good stubbies and is followed by a short mixed traverse. Belay at base of this more difficult ice step, or combine pitch 1 and 2. From the base of this next ice step, face right, and climb the vertical ice in two body lengths, clear the snow and find the stienpull in the rock and carefully traverse to the left and into an easier short snow section that leads to a very tight, awkward, and difficult squeeze chimney/offwidth feature that was well protected by a bomber bull dog, and 2 equalized nuts. Shimmey/grovel up the chimney and step left around a rock bulge and up another short snow section to belay in rock (Ylw, Red, Grn Camalot's) below the mixed crux. The next pitch (50m) took a good nut and a solid brown tri-cam just off the belay that protected the first couple moves of the crux of the route but from there pro was non existent. Step up directly above the belay and into a tight, slightly overhanging mixed step thats longer and more difficult than it looks, after 8m or so delicately traverse back right and up trending right through another 5m of thin mixed ground to easier although very run-out terrain. A rather exciting beached whale cornice top out awaits with the last pro a good 15m below. A tree belay awaits 2m left of cornice top out.


The route is found on the face across the gully from the Newman Foweraker route.

Descend to climbers left and down first big gully (Bruggers Gully)


Standard Mixed Rack: Cams to 2", set of nuts, few tri-cams, couple bigger hex's, x6 short ice screws, knife blade pitons, a bulldog or two, a tree atop the route acts as a final anchor.