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Up slabs into prominent sickle crack. Bolted belays and upper 2 pitches mostly bolts.
Long/Lat: -121.696935, 50.833918
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Good toprope access for Ice Climbs from WI3 to WI6 with a 10 mintue approach from highway 99
Icy BC is the three pitch route on the right, If you plan to toprope the 40+ meter pitches you will need two ropes.
Drive 40 mintues North from Lilooet on highway 99 will bring you to a parking and camping area just off the highway on crown lake. a shot walk over the frozen lake will brign you to the lower tier of the waterfall.
Icy BC All pitches can have a substantial amount of flowing water on/in/amongst the ice. Pitch 1 (WI3) - 50m farthest right line at the lower tier, a two step climb with an optional stopping/resting place in the middle. Pitch 2 (WI4) 15M - short-ish step, can be walked around to the left if not fully formed, doing this requires the use of a fixed rope and WI2 downclimbing Pitch 3 (WI4/5) 20m - can be climbed either to the right or to the left of the water flow, depending on conditions.
No Deductible is found between The Deeping Wall (left side of wall when facing it) and the first pitch of Icy BC (far right side of wall) , apparently it has bolts up the first half to where the ice begins.
Deeping Wall (WI4-5 multiple lines)
|WI4 to WI5||40m|
|5.6||Mayday||23m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|5.7||Aspiring||21m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|Brown Sugar||91m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|Loontoon||17m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|5.9||Gateway||21m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|Loonlanding||23m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|5.10a||Blue moon||5200m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|Loonwalk||24m||1.1. Lower Wall|
|WI4 to WI5||Deeping Wall||40m||1.2. Icy BC Area|
|WI5||Icy BC||385m||1.2. Icy BC Area|
|No Deductible||45m||1.2. Icy BC Area|