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The first pitch (thin ice crux, WI5+ R) was one of the scariest I have ever climbed. Althought it at first didn't appear to be possible because the main pillar was unstable, it went on the thin ribbon on the right. Lilloet, British Columbia, Canada (color)

The first pitch (thin ice crux, WI5+ R) was one of the scariest I have ever climbed. Althought it at first didn't appear to be possible because the main pillar was unstable, it went on the thin ribbon on the right. Lilloet, British Columbia, Canada

Photo ID# icec3251   photographed on 35mm film
Subjects: Cliffs , Frozen Waterfalls , Geology , Ice and Snow , Ice Climbing , Outdoor Recreation , Outside , People and Activities , Rock Formations , Seasons , Winter

Themes: British Columbia


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