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David_Keltner

Pete's Pile Ice

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It was starting to look good on Monday, haven't been up since but I'm sure it hasn't been above freezing all week.

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hey...love climbin' at pete's pile, but have never seen ice. where are the formation(s) located? thanks for any info.

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There can be up to 10 routes on the left side of the main rock climbing area. To date only one or two have been led. Fast Lane is a 5+ in the middle. I have been there many times. It is steep and intimidating but very tr able

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Just by there today and it's over for this cycle. It's just high enough ot be above the inversion, it's dry...of course that may suit you just fine, John.

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