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Dizzy with a Vision 

WI5 M7+

Type:  Trad, Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch
Consensus: WI5 M7+ [details]
FA: Jeff Lowe?
Season: Mid December through Marc
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Submitted By: Dale Remsberg on Dec 23, 2002
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Kristie midway up Dizzy!!


This is a fine route. Clipping the 3rd bolt is a bit spicy but you are on good holds so stick with it. Depending on how the ice forms it can be a piece of cake or a sting in the tail at the top. This route is very pumpy for the grade and fairly tecnical at the mid section.


10-12 quickdraws for bolts and fixed gear, and a few srews for the start and end. You will be cliping a fixed Specter on this route so be prepared. It is very fixed as is as "good" as specters get.

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Ice screws at top of route.

Photos of Dizzy with a Vision Slideshow Add Photo
Farizio pulling past the crux.
Farizio pulling past the crux.
Ryan Nelson nearing the ice.
Ryan Nelson nearing the ice.
Airborne on Dizzy, Jan. 2006.
Airborne on Dizzy, Jan. 2006.
Getting Dizzy.
Getting Dizzy.
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From: Golden
Jan 30, 2009

I believe Jeff Lowe put up the FA, but I could be mistaken.

By Jason Nelson
From: SLC, UT
Feb 12, 2009

According to legend this was an old Ice Fest comp route, yes put up by Jeff Lowe. It's a little of a spicey lead (2009) without draws hanging on it, as it would be easy to fall onto the slab below while you're heading up the arete.