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Glass Menagerie 

WI5

   
Type:  Trad, Ice, 2 pitches, Grade III
Consensus: WI5 [details]
FA: Tim Rouner, Chip Lee, Februay 18, 1977
Season: Winter
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Submitted By: kevin fox on Feb 28, 2011

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Description 

Glass Menagerie is Amazing! everything you want in a climb..the second pitch is steep. there is a belay cave to protect the belayer. we stopped at a v-thread about mid way and set up an anchor.

Location 

close to the tablets. Grab the local guide,"An ice climbers Guide to Northern New England".

Protection 

Screws.look for slung trees to rap off from. I believe that with 2 70 meters we came up just shy of the ground with stretch.


Photos of Glass Menagerie Slideshow Add Photo
Twenty Below Zero Gully and Glass Menagerie
BETA PHOTO: Twenty Below Zero Gully and Glass Menagerie
Pitch 2 is steep but has good features - pretty ea...
Pitch 2 is steep but has good features - pretty ea...
Mount Pisgah February 16, 2014
BETA PHOTO: Mount Pisgah February 16, 2014
long sustained column, photo taken from Twenty Bel...
long sustained column, photo taken from Twenty Bel...

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