Type: Ice, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Ed Palen & Steve James, 1984
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Shared By: Juanny Lopes on Mar 15, 2019
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Access Issue: Follow trail from old state campground Details


Pretty obvious line. Starts steep, eases off, then finishes steep.


This route is high up on the upper tiers of Poko. It's best approached by climbing the descent gulley next to the waterfall, then hiking the line of least resistance towards the large cliff band on hiker's left-ish as you forge up. Approach could take anywhere from 30 min to an hour + depending on snow. It's the largest and most reliable flow on the right side of this cliff. The base of the route is actually on a second tier up from the ground so you have to scramble up to the base of it from the right, avoiding the boulder field on the left. There are a few other established single pitch routes on this tier that could make a up a full day.


Screws, Trees for anchors at the top.