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The largest concentration of hard ice routes in the Northeast (if not continental US). Several committing multipitch grade IV WI5s and harder. Home to the east coast's first bonafide WI6 ice climb: Call of the Wild II WI6 which was first freed by Jim Shimberg in March of 1996.
Route 5A about 15 miles North of Lyndonville, VT. Park below the routes and hike in (30-60 minutes).
go 114 km
Entering United States (Vermont)
About 21 mins
go 34.8 km
go 25.4 km
go 400 m
About 1 min
go 1.2 km
About 9 mins
go 10.2 km
Lodging and dinning
You'll find plenty of choices within 20 minutes of the cliffs, south in Burke, Lyndon and Lyndonville, and a couple places west near Barton.
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Shaker Heights 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b WI5 VT : Vermont Ice Climbing : ... : Mount Pisgah
Two pitches of grade three ice not really thick enough for ice screws but good belays lead to to snow ramp and trees. above ramp on left side is steeper ice wall(WI4+) 100ft that ends abruptly below summit. Move horizontally right from ice here via hand jamming crack (5-6) to pillar and ascend pillar (WI5) to summit trees. ...[more] Browse More Classics in VT
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