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The Left Hand Fork Ice Climbs
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Bowling Ball Head 
Brittle Stiffie, The 
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Four Pin Variation, The 
Get Whacked 
Hammer and Sickle 
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Hammer and Sickle 

M3

   
Type:  Mixed, Alpine, 1 pitch, 70'
Original: M3 [details]
FA: Matt Selman, 2013
New Route: Yes
Season: Winter
Page Views: 249
Submitted By: Matt Selman on Feb 18, 2013

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Hammer & Sickle on 2-13-16 taken by chericem

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Description 

Dry tooling up the face allows you to mount up on the dagger. This is a very moderate, well-protected introduction to mixed climbing and makes for a great first mixed lead.

Rappel/lower from ring anchors straight up the fall line from the dagger (about 15’ left of the pine tree) at about waist level on the rock band.

Location 

This route is on the same wall as White Russian, Black Russian, and Ivana Climbalot. Walk up the Left Fork, passing Get Whacked, Smear Campaign, and Fling. This is the last ice on your right before Frog Hop; look for it directly across the canyon from the Belly Flop Slab.

Protection 

Three bolts, bring one or two short screws for the top. Two ring anchors for descent.


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Rock Climbing Photo: Tyson Taylor dry schooling Hammer and Sickle.
Tyson Taylor dry schooling Hammer and Sickle.

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