There seems to be some distortion going on here, as ALL of the icicles in the picture pointed down on that day. Regardless, this is some sort of WI4-ish two-tiered pillar that I had a pretty good time on, after shaking out the barfies. Big fun. Note that I'm not topping out in the photo, rather, coming up to a one-foot shelf that led directly into a second steep section similar to this one. From the side the thing looked dead vertical, but from this angle, not so much. I can't figure out which is "truer". Look at the icicles on the far left -- that is a separate flow which was thin and also vertical (most routes in Confluence drop off a shelf).
|Photo Location:||North_America: United_States: Pennsylvania: Southwestern_Region: Confluence_Ice_Flows|