Lambada Dome Left Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Russ Walling on Aug 21, 2007|
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The Lambada Dome is the second formation in the Little Egypt triumvirate. It faces west and will be a scorcher in the summer, but will stay in the shade until about 11:00am. This dome is less traveled than the Frontier and features a little more face climbing than cracks. The classic line on the wall is Slab Hymen, a must do.
Pass the Frontier on the left side of the crag and follow a faint trail east then south between the domes. Continue to hike south until you can move back east toward the Lambada dome at about the high point on the dome. A short steep trail will deposit you at the base of the routes. Total time to this dome is about 30 minutes from the parking area.
Classic Climbing Routes at Lambada Dome Left
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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