Peruvian Flake, Royal Arches Area 5.10a

 
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Yosemite Valley, California USA

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Floyd Hayes

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Hidden Valley Lake, CA
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   Aug 10, 2007 - 08:21am
The lower portion of the route becomes shaded by mid-afternoon. The thin crux is about 10 feet long, fortunately lacks piton scars, and is well protected with small cams. The manzanita on the belay ledge was crawling with ants. I broiled in the sun on the belay ledge while my son cleaned, but afterward realized I could have scrambled 20' back toward the wall and belayed in the shade of a tree.
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timpen

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McKinleyville
Jul 30, 2007 - 10:03am
 
Great little climb. There are no bolts at the top only a manzanita bush for an anchor. Bring green, blue and yellow alien sized pieces for the crux.
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deano

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sonora
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   Feb 27, 2006 - 10:38pm
if you have not climbed this route you should
most would say its not that cool becouse its short,
but you start by stepping over a little river and then end
up at devils bathtubs which is realy cool as well.
the climbing protects realy well and the whole thing
is ether perfect fingers, perfect laybacking or perfect hands.
climb it and be happy.
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Royal Arches Area - Peruvian Flake 5.10a - Yosemite Valley, California USA. Click to Enlarge
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