Type: Ice, 650 ft (197 m), 3 pitches
FA: Jim Elzinga, George Homer, Bugs McKeith, & Gerry Rogan - November 1973
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Shared By: Luka Bogdanovic on Mar 21, 2024
Admins: Dave Rone, Tom Jones, Richard Rose

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The gully that follows the path of least resistance up the left side of Weeping Wall. Often featuring open water holes and thin ice, the first pitch can be bypassed by climbing the left side of Weeping Wall proper and then traversing left over an obvious rock outcropping to a nice bolted stance on a snow ledge.

From the snow ledge climb a rope stretching 70 meters to the base of the final WI3 pitch. From here either finish via the classic WI3 finish on the left, or a steep WI5 pillar on the right wall for Snivelling Direct.

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Left side of Weeping Wall.

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Standard ice rack.

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