Ice Guide : Southcentral : Kenai Peninsula : Victor Creek : Victor Creek 10

Victor Creek 10

Rating: WI4
Length: 50-70 meters

Climb a moderately low angle section of snow and ice for approximately 15-20 meters to the base of the more vertical ice. A semi vertical section puts you at the base of a pillar (crux). Above the pillar is more semi vertical ice followed by a snow exit just below the ridge line.


Anchor: Trees/alders exist is the area, but be careful as many are dead or dying.

ALERT: This climb is within a large avalanche zone. As such, make sure you are familiar with your surroundings and know the conditions.

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Lat: 60 21.703' North
Long: 149 19.487' West

Access the Victor Creek hiking trail on the north side of the bridge. The trail will travel through a spruce forest as it climbs and descends back down to the creek. From the highway, hike the trail approximately 1 mile to the first large opening in the trees, which is also a large avi chute and/or drainage valley into Victor Creek. Hike up the chute/valley approximately 20 minutes then veer left and hike the steep drainage to the base of this climb. Ice and snow conditions in the area vary and may require a belay from further below.

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