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Five Magics  


Type:  Mixed, Alpine, 3 pitches, 360', Grade III
Consensus: M5+ [details]
Season: Spring
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Submitted By: Dobson on Jun 23, 2013

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Thin ice on the second pitch.


One of the great melt-freeze lines on the Beehive. More info can be found in Winter Dance and Big Sky Ice. The first pitch is definitely the crux with engaging runnel and face climbing. Tricky protection if the cracks are iced up.

First pitch can be a full 70m to a comfy-ish bowl. Next pitch is shorter up to easy snow.


Two lines right of the Standard Route.


Plenty of small to medium pieces. Some pitons too, especially for belay. I didn't use any screws.

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