Lots of cool stuff. Photo by Blitzo.
The Sierra Nevada covers a huge geographical area. Dividing this into Southern and Northern regions is an attempt to create a more logical, manageable, and hopefully user-friendly structure. The Sonora Pass Highway (108) area is used as a boundary between Southern and Northern regions. For information about the Eastern Sierra (Bishop, Mammoth, etc), refer to the Sierra Eastside section of the site.
For information about alpine routes including Charlotte Dome, please refer to the High Sierra section of the site.
The National Parks have their own dedicated sections. See Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP and Yosemite National Park.
Weather station 12.2 miles from here
319 Total Routes
['4 Stars',46],['3 Stars',141],['2 Stars',92],['1 Star',31],['Bomb',1]
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Southern Sierra:
Featured Route For Southern Sierra
Anti-Jello Crack 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a CA
: Southern Sierra
: ... : Dome Rock
P1 (5.5): Start as for Tree Route. From atop the large Pine Tree, locate a 2-3" crack and follow it up and left. Belay from a shallow horizontal ledge at the start of a stunning finger crack.P2 (5.9+ sustained): Truly classic!! Follow a left-leaning finger crack that arcs left along a clean slab. The crack starts as solid fingers and slowly tapers down to nothing. Take the time to find decent, sloping footholds out to the left. The crack takes many TCUs & small stoppers. As the crack ta...[more] Browse More Classics in CA