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Table of contents

1. Haffner Creek 10 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Ice
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Half n Half

First bolted line at Haffner. M7 in lean years when the ice doesn't hang over the roof. Good holds lead up a blunt arĂȘte, then launch into the 45 degree overhang and ice.

FA: Sean Isaac, 1997

M7 Unknown 20m, 5
2 Shagadelic

Climb up to crack below grassy/ice ledge. Flop over and continue up and right in corner to the ice. Rap off two bolts set back above the climb

FA: Jim Gudjonson, Sean Isaac, 2000

M6 Ice 15m, 5
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 Californication

Climb the icy ramp to gain the wall. Straight up the rock and over the ice at the top. Rap off two bolts set back above the climb.

FA: Eric Dumerac, Guy Edwards, 1998

M7 Ice 15m, 4
4 Half a Gronk

Up 5 bolts in the steep left facing corner to the ice up top.

M6 Ice 15m, 5
5 Slinky

2 Bolts protect the footless moves onto a series of freehanging pillars

M6 Ice 15m, 2
6 The Flake Route

Jam up the right side of the conspicuous flake, then step left onto the ice clipping a bolt along the way. 2# 3# cams in the flake or a massive sling on top.

M5 Ice 15m, 1
7 Chai Master

From the top of the "flake" drytool the steep wall above through 6 bolts.

M7 Ice 20m, 6
8 Dans Le Brun

Start on frozen log. Most seasons the ice covers this route.

M6 Ice 25m, 3
9 Super Terrific Happy Hour

Seep and bouldery to a thin smear and big sledge. Continue up ice and rock to another ledge. V thread anchor or traverse right to the "Swank" bolted anchor. Recommended pre clipped 3.

M9 Ice 15m, 6
10 Swank

Beefcake through the initial roof section off the ground then manage the pump through easier moves to the top. Double bolt anchor.

M8 Ice 15m, 6

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
M5 The Flake Route Ice 15m, 1
M6 Dans Le Brun Ice 25m, 3
Half a Gronk Ice 15m, 5
Shagadelic Ice 15m, 5
Slinky Ice 15m, 2
M7 Californication Ice 15m, 4
Chai Master Ice 20m, 6
Half n Half Unknown 20m, 5
M8 Swank Ice 15m, 6
M9 Super Terrific Happy Hour Ice 15m, 6