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Anton Bogdan

[TR] Cashmere Mountain Slope Waterfall - 1/23/2016

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Trip: Cashmere Mountain Slope Waterfall -

 

Date: 1/23/2016

 

Trip Report:

Traditional mid-January event for Gorizont Alpine Club is to camp at Bridge Creek campground and to ice climb at frozen waterfall on east slope of Cashmere mountain. This year there is lots of snow, but temperature in December/January has fluctuated, building up plenty of ice on the waterfall ice wall, but warmer temperatures in January reduced strength of ice. We did not end up climbing since it was raining.

 

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Approach Notes:

From Bridgecreek CG cross bridge, turn right in 100 feet, turn left in 300 feet and climb straight up for approximately half a mile. 47.555244,-120.8321893

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thanks for the post. the route is very commonly climbed and is named " Hubba Hubba" or, alternatively The Funnel, for the large amount of avalanches that occur here. the snowpack last few days has been very suspect, might be good that you didnt climb...

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