Very thin, didn't look anything like the pictures on this page. Even though there was plenty of ice to climb there was no curtain at the exit. Required rock moves which were heady to get started but turned out to be really moderate. She goes!
Long approach for a fun climb in a great location. Getting up to the main ice flow in deep snow was a laborious, but the climb was worth it.
Adam Cannon and I climbed this route on our second day at Avalanche Pass. We skied in and climbed Adirondike (NEI 3+) the first day, camped by the lake, and climbed this excellent route on the second day before skiing out. Despite getting an early start, the sun was hitting the route and things were melting quickly. Essentially a solo, although I placed a few screws with great optimism.
First time leading a 4. My partner Mike led the first pitch, and I led the second. The route provides awesome views of Avalanche Lake, the Trap Dike, and Mt. Colden.