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The Bubbs Creek wall is an astounding piece of backcountry granite that rises sharply from the Bubbs Creek Drainage. In late May the wall goes into the sun around 10:30 and is in the sun for the rest of the day.
Approach as per Charlotte Dome. Hike east from Road's End (where you get a camping permit) for 7.4 miles on a nice trail to a great camping spot just past Charlotte Creek. From here hike 20 minutes further down the trail until you can see the beautiful wall on the left.
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Samurai Warrior - Ronan 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a PG13 CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : Bubbs Creek Wall
P1 - 200+ ft - 5.8+ A few slab moves off the deck allow access to a left leaning ramp. Follow the leaning crack that goes over a small bulge about 75 feet up. Continue up the crack until it ends and slab climb up and right to a small ledge. Climb the splitter directly above which is formed by a flake on the left and a detached flake on the right. Exciting! Traverse left to a two bolt belay at a nice stance.P2 - 130 ft - 5.0Romp up the low angle crack passing an old two bolt belay on the left. C...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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