Yosemite National Park

Trip

Crag Rock Climb - Yosemite National Park

Mostly hiking, moderate scrambling with possibly some low 5 class climbs depending on party skills. Really low key.

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  • Wed, Sep 17, 2014 — Wed, Sep 24, 2014
  • Seattle Climbing
  • Climbing, Scrambling, Day Hiking
  • Adults
  • Easy

Plan times and place with Gene Yore.  It is possible to do only a few days or long weekend.

We will be at Upper Pines Campsite #114.  "Limit" = 6people/2 tents/

Leaders permission.  You certainly do not need be a high end climber or even a climber.  There are a lot of hikes and scrambles to great places I've always wanted to do.  Call or email and lets talk.  Yosemite trips I've done have been unstructured, usually planning over dinner on the Curry pizza deck who's doing what tomorrow.  

This will be my 23 Mountaineers' climbing trip to Yosemite since 1996 (~225 days).  After missing the last 2 years to focus on 100 Peaks at Mount Rainier am anxious to get back and just enjoy.  

My prerequisite for myself is finishing the remaining 4 of 100 Peaks at Rainier.  

Route/Place

Yosemite National Park


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

May also require:

  • Passive protection (e.g. 1 set of nuts)
  • Active protection (e.g. 1 set of Black Diamond cams, size 0.4 to 3 or equivalent camalots)
  • Alpine draws (e.g. 6 sewn runners with 12 wiregate carabiners)
  • Self-braking belay device like Black Diamond ATC Guide or Petzl Reverso
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