||TR, Ice, 1 pitch, 60'
|Original: ||WI3+ [details]|
|FA: ||Pat Callis and Brian Leo October 31, 1971|
|Page Views: ||2,215|
|Submitted By: ||Ben R on Feb 8, 2011|
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BETA PHOTO: G1, Center: January 2011
Historically, G1 is the left flow only. The route follows the line of least resistance to a two-bolt anchor. It can be steep for a WI3, but is over relatively quickly. This route sees heavy traffic. It is often "stepped out" and may involve some hooking with tools rather than swinging. Many top-rope and lead possibilities exist as one moves right along the wall. These routes are up to ~80 feet and WI 4-5. Top-ropes can be set up on the numerous tree anchors by hiking right around the cliff band.
Two bolt anchor w/ rap rings
Tree anchors for right routes
G1 during a night session, November 2014 benjamin...
Climber following G1 (left side flow)