First pitch is usually thin and semi-mixed (WI2+), and only about 75 feet to a fixed anchor on the left. Then about 75 feet up a snow slope to set up the second pitch. The second pitch goes for about 200 feet up moderate ice (WI3) to a rap station on the right or set up an ice screw belay in the middle. There is probably more ice above. You can walk off or rap the route (we rapped, not sure about the walk off).
Left of the Central Flow
Conditions dependent, either non-existent in thin conditions to anything you want in fat conditions.
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