Type: Ice, Alpine, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Kirt Cozzens, Monte Madsen, 1983/84
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Shared By: earl mcalister on Jan 22, 2018 · Updates
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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A beautiful flow pouring off of a cliff band above Deer Creek campground. The route starts steep and eases as you climb higher. There was a nice, sheltered belay cave on the right side of the route. It's a long hike for a short pitch but something to do on a foul weather day or a day when you sleep in and don't want to drive from the CG.


The flow can be seen 1/4 mile upstream of the Deer Creek Campground on the North side of the road. Hike straight up the ridge east of the route's drainage. It's a lot of elevation gain.


Screws. A V thread anchor can be made near the top of the flow. One 70 meter rope allows for an easy descent and top roping. A 60 would probably work also.