Type: Boulder, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chris Deuto on Jan 28, 2018
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Break the Ice starts in he same low sloping jug as for Light Waters. From here, follow the lip of the cave using sidepulls, undercling, and some bomber heel hooks. After some difficult bump-in moves, make a big move to the obvious, chalked sloper in the grey rock. Swing your feet over to set a great kneebar, and make one more hard move to a huge jug in the little dihedral. Now continue left on the high jugs until reaching a massive dinner plate jug. Either drop or continue left for a high and chossy topout. As far as I know, the ramp to the right of the start is off unless you want the grade to be far easier. All in all, this climb is a good testpiece for those who find Dark Waters too difficult, and this has amazing unique movement in its own right.


This is on the far right side of the cave, traversing the left trending lip on chalked slopers.


Three crash pads.