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The Curtains 


Type:  TR, Ice, 1 pitch, 30'
Consensus: WI3-4 [details]
FA: unknown
Season: winter
Page Views: 819
Submitted By: jon jugenheimer on Nov 15, 2006  with updates from Bheliker

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The curtains, March 5 2015


This is one of Munising's most popular ice climbing areas. A great place to learn how to lead vertical ice or an easy place to set up a top rope.


This climb is the most popular and will usually have a trail broken in from Sand Point Road. Park at the end of the road by the beach and walk back to the trail where you can see the climb from the road, 10 minutes total.

The Curtains: 46.439808, -86.608231
Curtains approach: 46.440310, -86.608920


Screws or trees, depending on what you're doing.

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Plenty of ice at the curtains (Dec 30, 2013)
BETA PHOTO: Plenty of ice at the curtains (Dec 30, 2013)
Very far left part of the Curtains
Very far left part of the Curtains
Michigan Ice Fest 2014
Michigan Ice Fest 2014
Climbing the curtains
Climbing the curtains
Ice Fest 2013
Ice Fest 2013
The Curtains
The Curtains
My first ascent on lead at the curtains.  Very goo...
My first ascent on lead at the curtains. Very goo...
Short lead of the curtains
Short lead of the curtains

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By Justin Moon
Feb 1, 2010

Great beginner area. Nice ice.
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