||Ice, 1 pitch, 200', Grade II
|Consensus: ||WI3+ [details]|
|FA: ||Trevor and Eddie Bowman 11/13/05|
|Season: ||late fall through early spring|
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|Submitted By: ||Trevor Bowman on Dec 2, 2007|
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Trevor Bowman leading the first ascent.
A highly aesthetic cascade tucked into a cleft on the left side of the canyon a short distance downstream from the falls in the creek. It makes for a long single pitch with short steps interspersed with benches. In early season, the right side of the first step will be the thickest. Top out on the left side of the upper curtain with some root-hooking to belay trees.
On the left, just downstream from the main falls in North Beaver Creek. Rap the route with two ropes.
Stubbies and 13cm are great early season, and maybe a couple blades/bugaboos and a small stopper rack.