||Ice, 2 pitches, 260'
|Original: ||WI3+ PG13 [details]|
|FA: ||Adam Crofoot, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie, Anthony Seidita, 2015|
|New Route: ||Yes|
|Page Views: ||184|
|Submitted By: ||Kevin MudRat MacKenzie on Mar 17, 2015|
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BETA PHOTO: Key points along the route with inset of position ...
The Overhang Slide lies about 800' southwest of the Agharta climb on Mt. Marcy.
Pi Day features a wall of ice to the climbers left of a large overhang at the top of the slide, distinguished by its dual overhangs at the base and top.
Ascend a 10 high ledge to the climbers left of the lower overhang. Continue up NEI 2 ice/snow to the upper overhang and belay. The hardest climbing is on the obvious ice flow to the climbers left of the overhang. There are several potential lines of varying difficulty.
On the east side of Mt. Marcy. Continue 800 feet southwest of Agharta.
Ice screws. Belay at the top of P1 in trees or from the ice. Belay from trees at the top.
BETA PHOTO: Summer & winter comparison of route from below.
Adam Crofoot leading the route.