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Twin Bridges 

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Most climbs are short bolted sport units, doable with a single rope and draws. An occasional crack climb or run out face will also be found. Very secluded and climbs face all directions so one may seek or avoid the sun as desired. From the east side of the bridge, hike east through the woods. Watchacallit Dome is on your right and Dontcallme Dome will be found in about 100 yards or so.

Getting There 

Hike down the trail to Glen Aulin that starts near Lembert Dome for about 4 miles to the twin bride (actuall a single wooden bridge in two parts that crosses the Tuolumne River) OR park at Pothole dome and follow a faint trail around the right side of Pothole that eventually meets the Tuolumne River. Then follow the river to the bridge.
See Reed and Fukenstone's guide book.

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