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By Charlie Kelly
Feb 11, 2014

So my partner and I are heading to Yosemite on a last minute trip for a few days. Were doing Royal Arches one day but I'm also looking for some stellar crack recommendations up to 5.9. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks


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By Charlie Kelly
Feb 11, 2014

Easy approached would be great as well as we only have a couple of days in the park.


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By Nick_Cov
From Truckee, CA
Feb 11, 2014
Powder Day

Should be empty so you can get on all of the classics. Stick to the south facing stuff. Lots of mellow stuff to include Nutcracker, Bishop's Terrace - if you want to get some good cragging in head over to Pat and Jack's pinnacle or Reed's. Have fun


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By Nick_Cov
From Truckee, CA
Feb 11, 2014
Powder Day

btw, it's been raining hard as hell for the past 4 days... so you might just be bouldering and looking at waterfalls


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By mucci
From sf ca
Feb 11, 2014

Royal arches is going to be wet.

Nick Cov has the other options nailed.

Lower canyon, reeds, pat and jack, knob hill are sure bets.


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By DesertRat
Feb 11, 2014

Not sure how the conditions are, but the Grack is always a good one to get familiar with Yosemite granite. Nutcracker, After 6, Nutcracker, Jamcrack should all be good. Any of the Open Books Climbs (Munginella, Selanginilla, Commitment) might be wet still, but don't quote me on that. Bishop's Terrace should be good as well and is super good.


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By SirTobyThe3rd
Feb 11, 2014
Hello

Nutcracker 5.8 like 5 pitches

Superslide 5.9 4 pitches

Best one in my honest opinion is a link up of Commitment and Sellangenela 5.9 and 5.8. 7 pitches. If you have time on the way down you can jump on Bishop's Terrace (2 pitch classic 5.8).


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By Matthias Holladay
From Durango, Colorado
Feb 12, 2014
Find these and enjoy some new routes!

The best of the Five Open Books, Commitment and Selaginella, and then a nice trail down.


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