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<b>Last Two Pitches/60m and 25m-</b> Eventually you come to a short waterfall step ahead and to the right and to your left is a 60m tall waterfall of WI 4 broken up by a few steps.    The steepest section is the first 20 meters or so.  You more than likely will be angling back left until you reach the first break.  Than approach the 2nd section head on and the final piece angles back left again, until you top out to a broad bench with trees to your left for belay.   Beowulf, III, WI 4, North Ghost, March, 2007
Devil's Punchbowl, IV, WI 4, North Ghost, Canadian Rockies, March, 2007
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<b>1st Pitch/60m-</b> I combined what many would consider two pitches but is easily done as one.   Climb the first step (WI 3) left of center and walk to the base of the real falls.   This is a WI 4 30m beauty.   The left side was better ice but less steeply angled than the right.   The right side was more challenging, but was quite wet and chandeliery.   I started right, but soon, detoured left and then back to the center towards the end of this pitch.  There is a chain anchor on the right as you top out.  This can be a very cold belay, so make sure to pack your down on lead.   Also beware of falling rock whose fall line appears to be the left side, another reason for taking the more challenging line to the right if the ice is in better shape. <br />Beowulf, III, WI 4, North Ghost, March, 2007
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1st Pitch/60m- I combined what many would consider two pitches but is easily done as one. Climb the first step (WI 3) left of center and walk to the base of the real falls. This is a WI 4 30m beauty. The left side was better ice but less steeply angled than the right. The right side was more challenging, but was quite wet and chandeliery. I started right, but soon, detoured left and then back to the center towards the end of this pitch. There is a chain anchor on the right as you top out. This can be a very cold belay, so make sure to pack your down on lead. Also beware of falling rock whose fall line appears to be the left side, another reason for taking the more challenging line to the right if the ice is in better shape.
Beowulf, III, WI 4, North Ghost, March, 2007

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