This area is the crag/amphitheater including Whiteman falls and the surrounding mixed climbs.
In early season, you can drive South on Highway 40, turn left at Opal Creek Road and drive 200M to park at the Opal Creek bridge. From this parking area in early season, the approach is only 15 minutes up the Opal Creek drainage including a couple short low angle snow/ice steps. During winter closure, drive Hwy 40 South until the winter road barrier (closed after Dec. 1st at King Creek). 5K ski/hike/snowshoe one way from winter closure parking along Hwy 40 South until the left hand turn to access Opal Creek.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Whiteman Falls Ice/Mixed:
Redman Jams WI4 M6- Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch, 190 feet
Whiteman Falls WI5-6 Ice, 2 pitches
Redman Soars WI4-5 M5 Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch, 190 feet
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Redman Jams WI4 M6- International : Canada : ... : Whiteman Falls Ice/Mixed
Redman Jams follows the fist crack straight up the rock slab to the right of Whiteman Falls and to the left of Redman Soars. The first pitch jams the fist crack and trends right until meeting with the upper pitch of Redman Soars at the start of the ice. This can be climbed as a single pitch with doubles or stop and pitch it out at one of the many bolted belay stations....[more] Browse More Classics in International