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<b> <br /><ul style='margin:0 0; padding:0 0;'><li> Yellow Bird, III, WI 4+/ 40m</li></ul></b> (climbers right)  Takes some WI 2 to get to the base of Yellow Bird high up on your right hand side, fairly immediate as you start traversing the narrow canyon.    Yellow Bird is a fairly wide curtain and gives you different grades depending on which line you chose.   We went left which is WI 4 until you get to the cave.  There is fixed pro in the cave, looks like a rock line up and down underneath the falls at this point.   There are several bolts, but someone rigged a long piece of coordelette to give you a piece of solid pro as you continue on weak ice out the left or hard ice out the right. Either line was WI 5 in character in March, sustained and steep. <br />Yellow Bird, WI 4+, Valley of the Birds, North Ghost, Canadian Rockies, March, 2007

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  • Yellow Bird, III, WI 4+/ 40m
(climbers right) Takes some WI 2 to get to the base of Yellow Bird high up on your right hand side, fairly immediate as you start traversing the narrow canyon. Yellow Bird is a fairly wide curtain and gives you different grades depending on which line you chose. We went left which is WI 4 until you get to the cave. There is fixed pro in the cave, looks like a rock line up and down underneath the falls at this point. There are several bolts, but someone rigged a long piece of coordelette to give you a piece of solid pro as you continue on weak ice out the left or hard ice out the right. Either line was WI 5 in character in March, sustained and steep.
Yellow Bird, WI 4+, Valley of the Birds, North Ghost, Canadian Rockies, March, 2007

Submitted By: Dow Williams on Apr 30, 2007