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Me coming up the Weeping Wall

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coming up the second pitch of the weeping wall. Great climb, super long day!!! photo taken by korra pesce.
Submitted by: scallywag on 2005-09-12
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korra approaching the weeping pillar

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halfway through our boxing day jaunt. About to head up the weepin pillar. Taken by Sally Michelmore.
Submitted by: scallywag on 2005-09-12
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Central Pillar on The Weeping Wall '02

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This is my buddy Dan leading the first pitch to the belay cave to the right of the Central Pillar. The second pitch was THE prize.... at least on this day.
Submitted by: jcued on 2005-04-10
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Central Pillar on The Weeping Wall '02

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THE prize. Dan snapped this photo of me exiting the belay cave. Everything about that day was perfect....
Submitted by: jcued on 2005-04-10
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joys of ice climbing

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This pic. was taken at the top of snivelling gully. Me and my inexperienced partner initially planned on doing the left weeping wall until I got sick. We got in this after I recuperated. The route went without incident until the last pitch. I new from experience that the ice was bad, but my partner wanted to press on. Despite his lack of experience, he had more guts than me. Unfortunately, he did not know to avoid hooking while placing a screw. He ended taking about a 45 footer onto an old v-thread. Miracously it held. After finishing the pitch on pure adrenaline he belayed me up and I got the only injury of the whole incident when I dislodged a basketball piece of ice.
Submitted by: roc-ray on 2005-03-24
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bouldering on the weeping wall

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We had some bad luck with finding a decent moderate multipitch. Started at the waterfowl gullies, but ice was not in. We ended the day here. This pic was taken after most paties were gone. I didn't notice the contrats of light/shadow until I was walking back to the car. I wanted my partner to solo into the light, but it was a little too high.
Submitted by: roc-ray on 2005-03-24
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Kevin’s Shoes

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Location: Weeping Wall, Alberta Route: Lower, Right Hand Photographer: Mike Gritten Description: The photographer has a print of this shot hanging in his house. It was his non-climber wife who affectionately dubbed the shot. “Kevin’s Shoes”.
Submitted by: skinner on 2004-11-16
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Climbing the Weeping Wall

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This shot was taken at around 7:00am of The Weeping Wall in the Canadian Rockies after having camped at the side of the road that night. We were the only climbers on the ice in the morning and storm clouds surrounded us with a patch of blue sky above. It made us feel quite remote and lucky to have this popular venue all to ourselves. The route was covered in snow, which made it difficult to place an ice axe and trust it. Much of the work involved clearing soft snow above and bashing away old compacted snow to get to the good ice. It was done in 4 pitches, although it could have gone at 3.
Submitted by: rockpilot on 2004-04-20
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Lower Weeping Wall, Ice Fields Parkway

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The 180m high Lower Weeping Wall offers many great lines of climbing from WI4-6. There is a climber high on the right hand that shows the massive scale of this ice wall -see if you can spot him.
Submitted by: malabarista on 2004-03-12
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Weeping Wall

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This shot is of the lower Weeping Wall. Warm weather has been taking hold of the wall. It's starting to get a bit detatched but still plenty of great ice to be had.
Submitted by: gabe on 2004-03-08
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Weeping Wall, Central Pillar

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Right side of LEFT SIDE route, 180 meter, WI 4 on our ascent. Takes line directly up from belayer in this photo (lower guy). Climbing party in shot unknown. Broke it up into 4 pitches.
Submitted by: gabe on 2004-03-08
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