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||Ice, 3 pitches, 350'
|Consensus: ||WI3+ [details]|
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|Submitted By: ||Kevin Zagorda on Aug 25, 2008|
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Mark Arrow on P1 of Weeping Winds 12/10/2010
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One of the longest moderate routes in the Adirondacks. The ice is thin and low angled for the first pitch to reach a tree belay on the left side. Above here the ice steepens a bit to reach the trees. The climb can be extended for another pitch by traversing right, or walking through the trees to reach another headwall on the left. The rap down from the left is tricky since the terrain is wide with no trees. Either make a short rap to a lone tree below the third pitch from which double ropes should get you down or be prepared to go way left to reach the trees before reaching the end of your rope.
Traverse left from the large tree at the base of Tendonitis along a sometimes steep and icy slope to the huge base of the Weeping Winds slide
Double ropes are highly advisable for the rap.
By Simon Thompson
From: New Paltz, NY
Jan 12, 2012
As stated above, save yourself some hassle and bring double ropes. Be pro-active when rappelling as to ensure that your ropes don't get stuck, especially during the rappel from the top of pitch 2. There are many options down low and many up high. Climbing pitch 2 when a party is on pitch 3 would be unwise.