New Deviations, New Diversions Cliff 5.9

 
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Yosemite Valley, California USA

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vlani

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mountain view, ca
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   Jun 4, 2005 - 02:58pm
The bolts location on this climb is somewhat different than what the supertopo sais. The wery firs bolt by the crack is old and rusty, and not needed. The second on the topo - also by the crack - I was not able to find, not a sign of it been pulled off. And it is not needed as well. So there are only three bolts on this climb, plus 2-bolt ancher.
I found useful having one #5 Wild country cam for the off-the ground offwidth, but wide stuff gurus may find that part solo-able.
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ThomasKeefer

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San Diego
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   May 1, 2006 - 01:22am
The bolts are now all new and exactly as depicted on the ST.
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AllezAllez510

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Santa Cruz, CA
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   Mar 2, 2008 - 10:42am
I only slung one nob on this route. Brush up on your manteling skills, there are at least three mantel problems on this route. Two are practically at a bolt, so whatever, just figure it out. The last mantle going to the anchors is not hard, but if you screw up you looking at a possible ankle breaker.

And, definately TR the sport route nextdoor. Quality.
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New Diversions Cliff - New Deviations 5.9 - Yosemite Valley, California USA. Click to Enlarge
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