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By Tim Steele
From: Bishop, CA.
Jan 24, 2007
|Props to the route developers here. Fun crag!|
By Kyle Townsend
From: Oakland, CA
Aug 23, 2012
For a comprehensive guide to this area, please refer to Mammoth Area Rock Climbs by Marty Lewis and John Moynier, Chapter 6: Reds Meadow Area, Bear Crag (pg. 135).
Marty has contributed immensely to the development of the Eastside Sierra, and even with the advent of technologies such as Mountain Project, it's important to have integrity with our values as climbers and support the people who make climbing such incredible routes possible.
Thanks to Marty Lewis, John Moynier, Peter Croft, and all the other great climbers who have not only established some of the most fantastic world-class routes in the Sierra, but also for making such arduous efforts to proliferate this information for all to enjoy.
Climb on, climb strong!
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