This newly climbed formation (May, 2011), is host to over 1,000 feet of quality adventure climbing. While the quality of the rock varies from poor to great, the climbing itself is excellent. Many new route potential on this formation.
Follow the Meysan Lakes trail for a little over a mile and find the obvious tooth of rock to your right. Leave the trail and your pack at the toe of the buttress.
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Arc de Triomphe 5.10d PG13 Trad, 9 pitches, 1200 feet, Grade IV
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Arc de Triomphe 5.10d PG13 CA : Sierra Eastside : ... : Parisian Buttress
After two pitches of interesting dihedral climbing, start into the crux traverse pitch. From here, climb a squeeze chimney and continue to the top on beautiful knobs and cracks. The rock quality varies throughout the route, but is generally good but flakey....[more] Browse More Classics in CA