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Creamsickle, The 

American Fork Ice  

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South side of the canyon, requiring high-country moisture and an extended period of bitter cold, these climbs form less frequently than many other climbs in the Wasatch. When they're in, you'd better call in well and get after it if you want to send.

Getting There 

American Fork Canyon. Winter parking restrictions are in effect... find a pullout and park.

Climbing Season

For the American Fork Canyon area.

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Featured Route For American Fork Ice
The approach, less the creek, to The Creamsickle.

The Creamsickle WI5-6  UT : Wasatch Range : ... : American Fork Ice
The pillar of the Creamsickle is unmistakable for anything else, showing less frequently and for shorter periods of time than most other climbs in the Wasatch. Originally climbed twentyfive years ago on straight-tools...Cruxes include: Crossing the stream, thin ice slabs and a steep vertical pillar. If you're not up to soloing WI3R, you'd better do this climb in two pitches... or perhaps hit Bridal Veil instead?Above the thin smears, just at the base of the snow field below the pillar, on the we...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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