Visible in the back of Skillefjord. Approach times are about an hour. Snowshoes recommended.
Miller’s Moondance (WI5 M7R 320m)
Pitch 1 (WI2 M2 75m) – Climb up beneath an ice flow, move right across ledge for about 5m with a few moves of easy mixed. Climb low angled ice and belay beneath a steep pillar that dead ends.
Pitch 2 (WI4 M5 60m) – Traverse left on lower angled terrain, then up steeper ice and traverse back right on turf and up through a final bulge to a belay ledge in an alcove with big blocks.
Pitch 3 (WI5- 60m) – Traverse left on thin very exposed ice above a roof to gain easier ground. Continue leftwards across easier terrain and belay near a steep pillar.
Pitch 4 (WI5 M4 40m) – Climb the steep pillar then begin a long traverse left crossing several columns of ice and some mixed climbing. Belay at a final ice pillar.
Pitch 5 (WI3 M7R 25m) – Climb up the left side of the pillar then move and through an overhang into a prominent crack on the left side of a corner. Follow turf up through easier ground and a final steep bit before reaching the ledge system.
Pitch 6 (5th Class 60m) – Traverse left across the exposed ledge. Belay at large trees.
Descent: From the end of the last traverse pitch, do a 62m rappel from big trees to a large ledge, the final 25m of which is free hanging. A second rappel from trees leads to the ground 50m.
Gear: ice screws, lost arrows, knife blades, cams 0-4 (extra fingers to hands suggested), small set of stoppers.