160m. A popular and steeper alternative to the center line

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yakov 8 Feb AltLd O/S Two Hydne top-outs in two days! Varied climbing on big features with the difficulties confined to the first half. More challenging climbing than on the mid line, but also more rests. Abbed from beneath the hanging cornice.
Two Hydne top-outs in two days! Varied climbing on big features with the difficulties confined to the first half. More challenging climbing than on the mid line, but also more rests. Abbed from beneath the hanging cornice.
DanielJ ?Mar, 2011 Lead dnf So this is how WI6 really is... A handful good screws in 4 sustained pitches. What looked like good ice from a distance was air and very chandeliered ice. Routefinding problems due to the overhanging nature of some parts, crazy icefeatures I´ve never seen before, straddled cauliflowers and tried to avoid the daggers of death. John lost psyche so I led both crux pitches. Constant spindrift, should have climbed right hand, looked better. Bailed 40 easy angled meters from top, cold as fuck and darkness coming. Full day outing indeed...
with john
So this is how WI6 really is... A handful good screws in 4 sustained pitches. What looked like good ice from a distance was air and very chandeliered ice. Routefinding problems due to the overhanging nature of some parts, crazy icefeatures I´ve never seen before, straddled cauliflowers and tried to avoid the daggers of death. John lost psyche so I led both crux pitches. Constant spindrift, should have climbed right hand, looked better. Bailed 40 easy angled meters from top, cold as fuck and darkness coming. Full day outing indeed...
with john
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