End Of Days III, 5.7, WI4+
By David Thomson, with no "P"
Did a new route today with my room mates Tom Wolfe and Deborah Lantz at Sask
Crossing. The line is the left one of two drips located on the cliffs
to the right, south, of Oh Le Tabernac (Between it and another
established line called The Shining Nobodies). The first pitch is 30
metres of 5.7 rock climbing past six bolts placed on lead and is a bit
run-out. There is a two-bolt belay under a roof; then 25 metres of
wonderful plastic and styrofoam ice (this is sun city up here).
Probably 4+ to a handy tree from which double 60-metres ropes will reach
the ground. Beautiful location, easy 40-minute approach with very
little snow. Another potential line about 100 metres to the right was
deemed to difficult and has been left to future generations. Dave.