Cross Reference, Stately Pleasure Dome 5.11a R

 
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Tuolumne Meadows, California USA

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Chris McNamara

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Aug 25, 2003 - 08:08am
 
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wstmrnclmr

Trad climber
Bolinas, CA
Aug 16, 2012 - 09:53pm
 
The crux of the moment.....
The crux of the moment.....
Credit: The beautifull Miss Colleen
Slab climbing alive and well in the Meadows. Bolts are new as stated. Be prepared to climb run 10. for 15' to first bolt and sustained 10. throughout. 25' between first and second bolts gets you in the zone quickly. Crux directly after third bolt so not too bad. Check all holds as there are many rice crispy's due to lack of traffic. Felt like wrestling an alligator after just one pitch....Did the second pitch inadvertently a couple of years ago. Bolts good but experience different.
Edit: Watch out for knuckleheads dropping two seventies on your trip from the flake....
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Stately Pleasure Dome - Cross Reference 5.11a R - Tuolumne Meadows, California USA. Click to Enlarge
This line ascends splitter cracks to face moves.
Photo: Greg Barnes
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