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Climbing Area Index / Mount Washington / Odell's Gully (WI 3 II)
Odell's Gully
Jim Gagne doing the left variation.
Directions:  Just left of the obvious Pinnacle Buttress at the back of the ravine.
Description: Odell's offer's some very nice technical ice climbing in a spectacular setting. Generally the right side is the most difficult, middle easiest and left side somewhere in between. The upper section near the top-out can be prone to avalanche.
    Pitch 1: Climb several pitches of ice to a snowy finish straight up or right to the Alpine Garden.

Gear: standard ice rack
Descent: same as Pinnacle Gully
History:  March 16,1928 - Noel E Odell, Lincoln O'Brien, J.J. Hurd, Robert Underhill

 

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