Ice Dragons is the farthest left of several potential lines pouring off the “Giant’s Belly,” a north-facing wall that is part of the complex Mount Inabnit (11,924 ft). Ice Dragons is formed by a seep that pours from an alcove some two thirds up the wall. The others are more ephemeral as they are melt-freeze lines that may appear after big fall snow storms. Indian summer and dry winds typically sublimate them away quickly, while Ice Dragons keeps on dripping and getting fatter. The long, mixed line in the middle of the wall is one of the best-looking potential routes in the entire Beartooths but it usually forms only to completely disappear in a matter of days.