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Jim G wrote a review Jan 2014
Brandon, Florida55 contributions28 helpful votes
Liberty Ridge is not extreme, and not particularly difficult, but the line is steep and can be a challenge. The route although classic is by no means a cake walk, and a lot of climbers fell prey to this description. It is steep and exposed , Rockfall and ice fall are hazards, the upper portion is icey most of the time and makes self-arrest almost impossible, it's considered a grade lV which means it can be done in a day, albeit a long one. Start out from base camp at midnight and go from there. Be careful on the ice, some parties un-rope to avoid a falling climber from bringing down the whole team, I don't suggest this, use secured ropes if possible.
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Date of experience: May 2013
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Luke O wrote a review May 2012
Ashford, Washington, United States55 contributions16 helpful votes
One of the 10 classic climbs of North America. I was privileged to fly over during a SAR
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Date of experience: January 2012
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