Ice Review: Two-o-clock falls multi pitch (WI2-3) WCMG - Saturday, Feb 08, 2020
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Date(s) & Time:
Saturday, Feb 08, 2020
(Carpool Departure: 07:00 AM @ Nordegg hostel)
Let's go romp around on some easy ice!
This is a WI2/ish multi pitch and is a great line for someone's first multi pitch, or for mock-leads, or for beginner ice climbers! You need to know how to belay and have all the gear for a multi pitch- if you aren't sure what that is, email us and ask! In return, we will provide BOUNDLESS ENTHUSIASM and encouragement!
It is ok if you haven't multi-pitched before, we can help you learn.
The initial plan is to have one team, however there is often enough ice for two teams if they climb parallel to each other to avoid dropping ice. If you are interested in leading a second team, please let us know.
Typically this is a walk off but it is important you have equipment to rappell if required.
Required Items to Bring:
All of your own ice climbing gear- crampons, axes,
helmet, harness, boots, coats, gloves etc.
A locking biner for securing yourself to the
anchor, a belay device that you can rappel with,
prussic, a puffy for belay
Recommended Items to Bring:
a small pack to carry things up the climb, cord for
rescue (if you are familiar with rock rescue) cord
for v threads. Extra gloves.
How to Get There:
We will leave from the hostel Saturday morning,
coordinating details Friday night
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Registration for this event closed on Friday, February 07, 2020 at 05:00 PM.