Red Dihedral 5.10b

 
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Incredible Hulk


High Sierra, California USA


Trip Report
YARD (Yet Another Red Dihedral) report
Wednesday September 30, 2009 2:09am
August 15, 2009 -- Sunset on the Incredible Hulk
August 15, 2009 -- Sunset on the Incredible Hulk
Credit: tadhunt

Full Trip Report on my blog: http://www.csh-east.org/blog/2009/08/red-dihedral-a-stellar-alpine-weekend/
Video #1: Approach: http://www.csh-east.org/blog/2009/08/red-dihedral-video-1-the-approach/
Video #2: The Climb: http://www.csh-east.org/blog/2009/09/red-dihedral-video-2-the-climb/

A couple of pics to pique your interest in checking out the full report. We shot a bunch of video too, which I worked into a couple of videos. Check out the links above.

Me at the P1 belay


Line of ants on the crux pitch (but wait, there's more above!)



Looking up on P7


Start of P9


I have to squeeze through this? With a pack? Are you kidding?


At least the views below are good


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tadhunt
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tadhunt is a dirtbag trad climber from Sunnyvale, CA. He attempts to write an interesting climbing blog at at http://www.csh-east.org/blog/

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Incredible Hulk - Red Dihedral 5.10b - High Sierra, California USA. Click to Enlarge
The route as seen from Maltby Lake.
Photo: Chris McNamara
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Positive Vibrations, 5.11a
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The route as seen from the bivy spot.
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Sun Spot Dihedral, 5.11b
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The route as seen from the bivy spot.
Incredible Hulk - Falling Dihedral Var. 5.10a - High Sierra, California USA. Click for details.
Falling Dihedral Var., 5.10a
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The route as seen from the bivy spot.