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  • Bridge Too Far/Tasting Fear

    Both are in and fat.

  • #2
    Great day out on A Bridge Too Far yesterday with Rob and two other parties. FYI the sun hits the first pitch at a little after 9am now. Important for those -20 ish mornings like yesterday.

    First pitch dry and a hook fest. Some difficulty finding good screws. Upper pitches wet but bomber pro.



    • #3
      Ed Kowalski and I climbed P1 of "A Bridge Too Far" yesterday. The climb is in perfect shape. Dry, fairly sticky ice. very steep. The upper pitches look really great, blue ice. Go to the 6th bridge and head straight up the climbers' trail.
      --Eric Landmann


      • #4
        Happily had Bride Too Far all to ourselves on Sunday. Both pitches big and fat and photo of first pitch in this thread still indicative of what we encountered. Had been told that there were some avi slides about a week ago and was surprised by the amount of debris that had fallen as we were coming up to the second pitch. it looks like it slid from the steep slope to climbers right above the second pitch, just guessing though.

        -on another note only 1 party at Wedge that day too.


        • #5
          e.semenuik posted the following on 26-Mar-2019

          Hi-jacking last year's thread. Funny to see that I posted almost exactly 1 year ago. We were at Tasting Fear on Sunday. There was another party of 3 and were very accommodating. Main flow is quite picked out and couple of other lines to the left seem to have healed quite well. Ice might be around for a couple weeks but the real issue will be whether the "ice floor" will survive to have a place to belay from. FYI 1rst pitch of Bridge Too Far is long gone.