|Type:||Ice, 4 pitches, 400', Grade II|
|FA:||Steve Henry and Jason Kartchner|
|Submitted By:||S. O. on Jan 20, 2008|
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From: Belgrade, MT
Feb 13, 2008
Scott the FA should read - Steve Henry and Jason Kartchner. Steve led all but the first step and Jason belayed like a hero. Steve's original name for the climb was Skippy's Beret but that didn't stick.
Hidden Haven's last pitch is thin at the beginning of the year (WI4) but comes in fat as the season progresses (WI3). You can bypass the first pitch on years that it doesn't come in to access the ice above by climbing a crack left of the flow (5.8 or C1). I've climbed this route as late as April 20th. Not bad for S. Utah.
By Kai Larson
From: Sandy, Utah
Mar 7, 2014
|One of the most aesthetic ice climbs I've ever done. Wonderful situation, climbing ice in a red rock slot canyon.|
By Grant Pearon
Nov 1, 2016
|Is this the same canyon as Benson Creek? It sure looks like it, it is a fun canyon if you want to get in to canyoneering.|