A hidden gem that provides varied climbing with funky ice, mushroomed ice, and chandeliered ice. The main flow is typically WI3-4 but harder pillars can develop. Two pitches take you to the top where you can walk back to the car. Behind Panther Fall is a steep cave that is known to mixed climbers as,…
A great frequent performer with a LONG season. Well worth the longer drive.
An aesthetic and sometimes thin strip of ice directly across from Anorexia Nervosa.
A fun ice climb that starts with a nice warm-up first pitch that gets you ready for the final crux pitch. This is a good route for those cold winter days.
A classic line that winds its way through a very cool slot canyon. P1 is typically the crux and sometimes forms an exciting umbrella formation near the top. The middle pitches are short and relaxing, but don’t let off the gas because the final long pitch(s) still pack a punch!
A fun climb with a spicy finish. It’s also a nice warm up for the Recital Hall climbs (ie. Fearful Symmetry and Rainbow Serpent), which are inspiring just to look at.
A very fun 3 pitch climb with ice up to 85 degrees. Sometimes the first pitch can be a little thin and spicy as it tends to sublimate away with time.
A very fun and relaxing climb when the sun is out and it is fully formed. If not fully formed then the crux section goes at M6+ and is called Bad Luck Good Dreams.
One of the best slot canyon ice climbs around. Ramble through the canyon over easy ice to said climb at the back.
A fun, low commitment climb that’s very close to the highway.