|Original: ||WI4 [details]|
|FA: ||Bob Pike & Chris Hassig 1976|
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|Submitted By: ||lee hansche on Feb 1, 2007|
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The left variation of Selsun Blue is probably only...
The huge flow up the middle of the cliff....
Really fun, one of the best ice climbs at Rumney....
Melts a lot on a sunny day but rebuilds well most nights....
Easier if you start at the left and work right following the lower-angle moves.... Probably WI4+ if you go straight up the steepest parts...Like most ice climbs the difficulty is subject to conditions....
This is a really nice place to be on a winter day looking out from the cliff top at the Baker River and hilly landscape...Reminds you what a nice place Rumney is, all climbing aside....
Can't miss it...Right in the middle of the cliff....
Ice screws, normally fat and well protected....
Rap rings on a tree at the top to the left....
Art Mooney, hard at work on the WI 4 line of Selsu...
BETA PHOTO: there are so many variations to this route you can...
Selsun Blue, Rumney, NH. March 2011
my buddy will on selsun blue
Selsun blue on a thinner day...
A climber (sorry forgot your name) taking a lap on...
By Ian Wolfe
From: Fayetteville, NC
Feb 2, 2009
overuse of periods...
Ice is in good shape this year, at least as viewed from the highway on the way to skiing. It's been a cold month (Jan. 2009).
By E thatcher
From: Plymouth/ North Conway (NH)
Feb 7, 2009
The route is indeed in good right now, matter of fact its so fat and large that it easily fit two parties while we were climbing there
From: plymouth, nh
Feb 7, 2009
thanks for the update will have to give it a look next time i a out