FA: Sean Isaac, Louis-Julien Roy Dec 02
Along with Thriller (M9-) and Phyllis Diller (M10), Miller Swiller (M10-) is yet another contrived addition to the cave behind Killer Pillar (I know... our sense of rhyme sucks!) at the end of the Stanley Headwall. Scramble up to the loose ledge on the left side of the cave to begin the route. 6 bolts traverse the lip of the cave from left to right joining Phyllis for its last 4 bolts to the ice for a total of 10 bolts worth of steep dry tooling. The ice blob is only a few meters long then 2 more bolts protect the slab (actually part of Thriller) to the 2-bolt anchor for the second pitch of Thriller.
With this, there are now 5 mixed pitches at the Killer Cave rated M9- or harder. The approach and the climbs are sure to blast both legs and arms for a full body workout.