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JasonG

Ice climb on the south side of Hemispheres?

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Wondering if this has a name? It is located on the south side of Hemispheres, near the Mt. Baker ski area, a few hundred feet above the headwaters of Swift Creek. Pretty striking looking, although being south facing it probably doesn't come into shape that often. Anyone have info on this? More curious than anything else, it's way out of my league!

 

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Layton was talking about that thing way back when he lived in the 'ham.

 

also just a passing comment in "rumors" section of the WA ice guidebook.

 

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