Hyalite Canyon + Black Magic Wall + Genesis Area + Unnamed Wall + Mummy Cooler Area + Twin Falls Area + Winter Dance Area + Responsible Area + The Dribbles Area + Palace Butte Area + Overlook Mountain Area

As mentioned above, this climb bears no relationship to Upper Green Sleeves. It is another fine pitch that makes a nice approach for Hang Over or in combination with the rest of the G1 Wall routes.

Location: This pitch is another 50 yards left of Clump Tree at the...

Location: As you walk left along the base of the G1 Wall there are a series of hummocks you must walk up and down. Clump Tree is found on top of the second hummock about 100 yards from G1. It is recognizable by the crissed-crossed, “clump” of trees at the top. Although short...

This is the oft-admired continuation pitches above G2. Only on occasion is ice even seen in the obvious break, and even more rarely is there enough to be worthy of an effort. When “in,” it is a recommended modern-day classic. The first ascent took several efforts to work out the route finding...

The complex rock walls and gullies between G2 and Hang Over contain a variety of intriguing icicles and flows. Aside from a few icicles and portions of routes, most of the ice is not visible until you are right on it. In a good year, there are no less than a dozen icicles just begging the...

Just left of G2 is an obvious, yet short, icicle pouring from a tight gully over the left side of a big cave. When thin, dry-tooling is required to reach the dagger. Or, ice forms in the back making it a “mostly-ice” route with interesting transitions from one flow to the next. When left...

Genesis I or G2, is a great route and many6 climbers first full-pitch lead. It faces the car when driving up the road and is easily visible from the parking lot. Together with G1, this classic was among the earliest "technical waterfall ice climbs in the country.

Approach...