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End-O-Daze 

WI5 M9

   
Type:  Sport, Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch, 80'
Original: WI5 M9 [details]
FA: Rob-Cordery Cotter, Ryan Bogus, Eli Helmuth
New Route: Yes
Season: All year, ice in good winters.
Page Views: 326
Submitted By: Eli Helmuth on Dec 16, 2015

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Description 

This is the first route directly right of the main Hidden Falls. Bolts were installed laboriously with a hand drill in 2009, and the redpoint was done soon thereafter when the ice was down to the lip of the roof. With many iceless years in a row, a bolt was added to the top to facilitate iceless ascents, and the rating is dependent on whether or not and how much ice forms on the route.

Location 

Start either on the right of the falls to join the climb from the left of the first bolt or climb trad (PG-13) to reach the first bolt directly starting from the right in a small, left-facing dihedral.

Protection 

Bolts get one through the majority of the climb. It finishes on the main falls to the left or through rock terrain that may require cams to protect the topout.


Photos of End-O-Daze Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Last one from the End O Daze at Hidden Valley.
Last one from the End O Daze at Hidden Valley.
Rock Climbing Photo: Eli fin the middle of the roof crux on End O Daze.
Eli fin the middle of the roof crux on End O Daze.
Rock Climbing Photo: Holding the swing through the crux bit, the left h...
Holding the swing through the crux bit, the left h...
Rock Climbing Photo: Clipping the bolt at the crux of End-O-Dayz.  Putt...
Clipping the bolt at the crux of End-O-Dayz. Putt...
Rock Climbing Photo: Eli on a recent dry ascent of End-O-Dayz.
Eli on a recent dry ascent of End-O-Dayz.

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