||Trad, Ice, 1 pitch, 150'
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|Submitted By: ||Matt D on Feb 10, 2016|
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A rarely formed (usually thin) smear of ice that follows a right-leaning depression/crack just right of Devil's tooth.
Most of the time this route is bare rock. In fat conditions, the Devil's tooth formation can expand rightwards and merge or cover this smear.
FA unknown - please add this info if you have it.
Does not appear in Lapierre/Gagnon guidebook.
Rappel from tree at top of smear. This tree be accessed from top of Devil's tooth to set up a toprope (two 50m ropes required!).
When it's in, a few stubbies. No pins or bolts visible.
BETA PHOTO: Thin, wet and dripping - but climbable on ice bott...
BETA PHOTO: Unnamed smear, right of "devil's tooth" ...
By Matt D
From: Jay, NY
Feb 11, 2016
More info and photos avilable here: escaladequebec.com/forums/topi... (you need to create an account to see the photos).
2015 it was thick and huge..
Thanks, Luc, for the info!