Watch out for falling ice!
Climbed there many times... Easy access... Nice people... Share your rope please...
The main wall never really came in this year... Strange... Everything else was fat...
Holy cow! I can't thank the "team" enough for getting me on the ice for the first time! Miguel, Andrew, Dave, Fred and Tina were a blast to climb with and totally patient with my new ass. From what I recall, I climbed a few WI3 routes on the Main Wall...according to Miguel's book. Loved it!
Chouinard Falls / Right Side - 2 days
Bard-Harrington - 6 times (Tricouni Nails, White Lightning, etc)
Led first pitch of the BH three times to WI3, Piolet (WI3) on Chouinard Falls, and a short easy mixed line on the Right Side.
LVC Winter 2005-2006
Chouinard Falls / Right Side - 3 days (WI2-3+)
Main wall - 3 days (WI3+ to 4, 1 to 1.5 pitches)
Bard-Harrington - 4 times (WI3+ to 4-, 5.8, 2.5 to 3.5 pitches)
Led short pitches twice on Right Side (WI2), one pitch of the Bard-Harrington (WI3), also followed thin / mixed line on Hobnail Boots (WI4- / 5.8, 3 pitches) with guide.
LVC Winter 2004-2005
Bard-Harrington Wall: three times, WI3+ to 4-, 2.5 pitches
Main Wall: twice, WI4, 1-1.5 pitches
Chouinard Falls: five days' worth, WI3-3+, toproping
Right Side: WI2 mock lead
We went to Bard-Harrington on Saturday and it was downright tropical and the ice was plastic, a good place for me to learn. Sunday, well that was a different story. It wasn't super cold, but it was snowing and Chouinard was crowded.
Hobnail Boots - WI4+ - 5 pitches
Chouinard Falls - Tree route
Superbowl Sunday the place is empty. Had a great two days climbing. Wonderful weather. great Ice. Really enjoyed the thinner stuff on Hobnail Boots (Far left of Bard-Harrington).