This is a short, very easy flow that forms in a gully about 100 feet left of and around the corner from the main falls. It's a great beginner lead, or a more adventurous way to head up top to set a TR on the main falls or Left Flow.
There's a good-sized pine tree at the top for an anchor.
|Comments on Kiddie Flow (Far Left)
|By Leo Paik|
From: Westminster, Colorado
Feb 25, 2012
Is this the normal downclimb minus the snow that typically covers the ice?
From: Boulder, CO
Mar 6, 2012
Ha HA! Love the Monty Python vid. Pretty much sums it up. The normal downclimb is further left.
|By Justin Deal|
From: Denver, CO
Dec 31, 2012
Haha, that video is sweet Jonny V. I ran up this without a rope today to put an anchor on the Left Flow, and it was awesome! A little bit thinner than in the pics, so if you're going to climb this without a rope, be ready for the last part, because it can steepen out on you and there's sort of just rocks at the top sometimes apparently.