/ NEWS: The coolest ice I've ever seen or climbed, anywhere in the world.
Teaming up with Brit Tim Emmett, they climbed some of the steepest ice ever.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=51588
Presumably the bolts will disappear under the ice the next time the route forms?
So I'm guessing that anybody wanting to make a second ascent would have to go through the whole aiding on axes malarkey to clean the ice off the bolts prior to having a go?
I'm just curious, I'm definitely not planning a trip!
The picture on that blog gives some scale...that thing is massive!
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