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Location: 36.47379, -118.37058 View Map  Incorrect?
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Description 

1000 foot wall with a 5 min approach.


Getting There 

Park on the north side of the road and walk up to the wall.


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Follows the sunlit buttress up the middle of the photo.

Nowhere To Run 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ E3 5c  CA : Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP : ... : North Mountain
Really fun climb up six pitches with all sizes of cracks. Feels sand bagged because it requires many techniques but 11a is fair.P1: Short, funky but fun corner up to a ledge with a tree. P2: Wonder up next to or in a chimney until it pinches to fingers and ends at a white triangle with webbing on it.P3: Splitter crack ranging from squeeze to fingers up to a tree.P4: Kind of confusing. Trend up and right to a crack, then back left, then up and right again to a right facing corner, then up to...[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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BETA PHOTO: North Mountain.
North Mountain.
BETA PHOTO: North Mountain.
The cliffs above the horse corrals
BETA PHOTO: The cliffs above the horse corrals
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By limpingcrab
From: Visalia, CA
Jan 3, 2014

The base of North Mountain is over three miles wide from Hotel Creek on the west to Granite Creek on the east and has several large cliffs where it drops into Kings Canyon. When Highway 180 passes over a bridge for the last time to the north side of the Kings River and a dirt road branches off look up to see the walls of the right (east) end of North Mountain. The majority of the climbs are in this area roughly between the horse corrals to the west and Granite Creek to the east.