Thus we drove into Field where -20 C temperatures awaited us. After a bit of hesitation (and putting our boots on inside the visitor centre, where it was warm), we eventually embarked on the climb. It was cold, but no wind and ended up being OK. The plus was that we had it to ourselves! There are a total of three pitches separated by snow slopes. The first is considered the crux and can be thin in places, however all three are pretty similar. The 2nd pitch is the steepest, but it's short. Due to the cold temperatures the ice was a bit brittle but nothing terrible. There are tree belays from which we rappelled the route. (On top of the last pitch there was a single bolt for a station, it would be nice if someone puts in another to back it up.)
Truffle Pigs, a cute little restaurant in Field, has beer and excellent (but pricey) buffalo burgers to finish the day. We drove back to Canmore (and then Calgary) where it was a balmy 0 C!