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Tempered By Fire 

WI4

   
Type:  Trad, Ice, 2 pitches, 200'
Consensus: WI4 [details]
FA: ???
Season: Winter
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Submitted By: eDixon on Feb 6, 2010

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Tempered By Fire.

Description 

This can be done as one long or two short pitches.

P1. Climb out of the iced up chimney to easier ice and snow. Finish at a bolted anchor in the left wall below a tiny tree (~100').

P2. Continue up easy snow to a short, steep pillar on the right. Finish at a bolted anchor on the left below some bushes (~75').

DESCENT: two raps from bolts with a single 70m rope.

Location 

This is all the way up the road past Goldrush and Fat City and is easily seen from the road.

Protection 

Screws.


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TBF start.
TBF start.
View from the road. There is a pillar above that y...
BETA PHOTO: View from the road. There is a pillar above that y...
Right is the standard finish - steep ice. Left is ...
Right is the standard finish - steep ice. Left is ...
TBF topout.
TBF topout.

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By ozman
From: CO / NM
Dec 2, 2012

Two full raps with a single 70m rope. First anchor on left on small tree. Second anchor on a juniper shrub on the left about 8m above the pillar.
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