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|Type: ||Trad, TR, Ice, Alpine, 1 pitch, 160 feet|
|Consensus: ||WI3+ [details]|
|Submitted By: ||Troy Russell on Feb 28, 2012|
Pitch 1:(WI3+, 50m): Start on the lower ramps where the ice tends to be brittle and thin. Work up through the steeper-than-it-looks couple of small ramps to a short (2m) wall. Up and over the wall, head right to a series of very easy (WI2) rolling bulges. Finish right to a small slinged cedar tree and a comfy belay.
Pitch 2 (WI2): Not worth the trouble usually, but climb the rolling bumps until you get bored.
Descent: Rap the route.
Located 3.6km down Mile 38 Road. This route is located in the fairly prominent saddle. An identifying landmark is a square-sided, 2-meter-wide rock chute that is immediately to the left of the route.