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Access issues inherited from Yosemite National Park

It is a national park.

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Pro to 3".

FFA: Jeff Foott, Jim Baldwin & Hope Morehouse, 1962

Pro to 3".

FFA: Jack Miller & et al., 1971

Pro to 4".

FFA: Bob Summers & John Fischer, 1970

FFA: Tom Naylor, Mary Olsen & Earl Olsen, 1965

Starts atop Hermaphrodite Flake. Pro to 3", 7 draws.

  1. 5.8 40m Sustained slab to bolted belay. Although it's well protected, some of the bolts are a bit old and manky.

  2. 5.10b 40m Continue up past two new bolts (crux) to West Country. Follow this until you see the bolts above, and follow those.

It's also possible to escape up and left from the belay to join West Country, if you wish to skip the crux.

FFA: Marty Steiger, 1992

Bring pro to 1.25" for an anchor at the base.

FFA: Phil Bard & Jo Bentley, 1984

8 draws.

FFA: Dan Dingle & Steve Lesse, 1979

FFA: Vern Clevenger & Claude Fiddler, 1981

FFA: Alan Nelson & Vaino Kodas, 1986

Pro to 7".

FFA: Hope Morehouse Meek, Jim Baldwin & Jeff Foott, 1962

Pro to 4".

FFA: Vern Clevenger & Bruce Chimilesk, 1971

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