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Panorama Dome

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I am interested in doing some ice climbing up at Pan Dome, when the ice flows are formed and in condition. I was up at Baker today to check out the area and see where the Pan Dome water fall ice climbing was, but I couldn't figure out where its at, from the description I got from somewhere else it said to follow the Austin Pass road until able to cut across to the climb. But I wasn't sure how far and where on Pan Dome. Can someone help me out here, thanks. [smile]

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Follow the road up past the gate for 10-15 minutes or so (near gray ski resort shack.) If you look up to your left you can see a stone retaining wall on a switchback in the road higher up. Falls are just to the left of this. Not much water comming down - slow to form. Was up that way during the cold snap around Holloween and was no ice at all.

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