|Type:||Trad, Ice, 1 pitch, 130', Grade II|
|FA:||Alex Lowe, 1981|
|Submitted By:||George Bell on Apr 13, 2005|
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By Dan Battin
Mar 10, 2004
|The Fang's front is in what I would guess is WI4+. It was a good time. Hey Rob, who is the bad Mo Fo again!|
By Alan Searcy
From: Pine, Colorado
Feb 17, 2005
|Spankin Hard on 2-1, Half cauliflower and the other half insecure hollow column about 3 feet in diameter. The top requires a pull around a small roof that will suck the last bit of circulation from your pumped out arms. Definitely, a full value lead by anyone's criteria.|
By kevin fox
Jan 28, 2008
|It is touching, but the whole thing is hollow on the inside. A week maybe two and it'll be prime condition. Was in the amphitheatre on Saturday.|
By john parsons
Mar 17, 2008
The Fang is in the wildest condition I have ever seen it. It is likely 4+ or 5+ but very technical. Ice florets all the way up to "summit curtain". Yep, there is a curtain of ice hanging down instead of the standard steep pillar. There are several ways to climb it including "chimneying" up and right and pulling a small overhang or going left and pulling a larger more pumpy 5+ curtain.
Go now because it will not last long.
Posted March 15, 2008.
By Dan McCabe
Jan 27, 2013
|2nd ascent by Bill Weiss in '82. Leanest conditions that were still climbable with Zero's and Footfangs. Amazing lead.|