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Ice Climbing: Kinsman Notch (Beg - Int) Lead or Toprope options

  • Mar 21, 2014 · 8:30 AM
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Ice Climbing: Kinsman Notch (Beg - Int)

Many Lead or Toprope options.

The Team's: Everyone Gets Wait Listed..!

As always the size of the Meetup is based on how many people the area can handle & the number of lead climbers who RSVP for the Meetup....!

To participate in this Meetup at a minimum you must have ice climbed before, be an experienced belayer and know your climbing knots as well as having all required gear.

Sign up... First to RSVP is the first to fill a opening based on experience needed.

Don't forget no helmet no climbing!!! Period... If you have a suitable rope in good condition bring it.

Note: Kinsman has many single pitch routes, from WI2 to WI4. It is about 20 minutes of hiking from the side of the road parking.

For information on Kinsman, please see Mountain Project:

Ice climbing conditions:


Place a thread here on the board and see if others are willing...


You will need the listed Ice Climbing gear in the files section of our meetup page on line. Here is a link to that info.

This is not a Meetup for folks that need to Rent on the same day as this Meetup.

Waiver: Read !!!

Be Warned!

Mountaineering, Skiing – Alpine or Back Country, Rock & Ice Climbing by its very nature is an extremely hazardous activity.

Falling off any part of an climbing route or bouldering challenge or other associated activity's, even hiking to a destination may result in injury or death. Weather, Trail conditions be it a slip on a trail or falling objects like rocks, climbing gear or tree’s from above, or avalanche can all incur injuries’ and/or death.

Any information on this Meetup group page is for the basic understanding of what could be encountered. We do not guaranty any type of accuracy on this information. Seek your own additional resources of information. You as an active member! Perhaps, lacking any of the following, professional training, good judgment, moral caricature or a conscious. We or anyone on any Meetup-Mountaineers cannot be held responsible in anyway.

When arriving at any Meetup you should always use your own best judgment. Weather or not the conditions “ both physical or mental” are in your best interests. The judgment, Is this a place you should or shouldn’t be?

If you get hurt…. Don’t even think about blaming someone else. You made all the decisions and where warned. Dragging yourself out of bed and driving to the meeting location. Too walk up to the activity and participate is on you. We are not guides or leaders in any event held. Just the organizers of finding a meeting location that people with similar interests can meet and socialize.

It’s always your right to back out and live the good life with all the rest of the human race eating cheese doodles and Twinkie’s in front of the television for the day….

That said have fun! Play safely! And take the responsibility of your own actions.

The Organizers

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  • Jeffrey D.

    I'm running late I will see you up there

    March 21, 2014

  • Catherine A.

    See you all tomorrow.

    March 20, 2014

  • Alfonso

    Thanks for the heads up. I have a 60m single and plenty of gear to set up top rope. I don't recall any routes requiring doubles but I could be wrong. Either an extra single or two doubles should work out. I am driving a silver Toyota Camry with Florida license plate by the way. See you at the crag.

    1 · March 20, 2014

    • Jeffrey D.

      There are some multi-pitch possibilities...The Beast is 2 pitch WI4, and there is a WI3 route left of that. These climbs are about 200 yards east of the main area and are pretty cool. Also Leprechaun ' Lament has a left most variation at 2-3 that is 2 pitches to the top, popular multi-pitch first route/training.

      March 20, 2014

  • Jeffrey D.

    How are we set for ropes? I have doubles and a couple singles, along with lots of anchor and lead gear. Unfortunately I will be a little late, and will plan to be at the pull off for 9, as I can't quite get to Lincoln for 8:30. I can carry my double ropes or a single. If I know where we stand I will plan accordingly. There's a good chance you'll still be gearing up by the time I arrive, in which case NP.

    March 20, 2014

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