Type: Trad, 190 ft
FA: John Shewchuk, Grant Hiskes, Bill Serniuk (Blitzo), 2004.
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Access Issue: Yosemite National Park climbing closures and conditions Details

Description

To the right of "Scandalous Summer", climb past 6 bolts to a big ledge.

Location

Between Scandalous Summer and Corporal Klinger on the far left side of the wall.

Protection

6 bolts

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Bruce Hildenbrand  
  5.8 R
There is a nice little 20-25 foot runout on 5.8 climbing between the 5th and 6th bolts. Also, you could deck from pretty high up, on albeit pretty easy terrain, between the 2nd and 3rd bolts. SuperTopo calls this route "R" and I would agree.

You need gear for the belay at the top. I used a .5, .75 and #1 Camalot. Scramble over and rap from the tree on top of Scandalous Summer. Sep 9, 2012
Todd Townsend
Bishop, CA
  5.8 R
Todd Townsend   Bishop, CA
  5.8 R
I think the friction climbing on this one gives it more variety and character than most of the other generic knob-pulling climbs on this wall.

Yes, it is a bit serious, and the first bolt especially could have been better positioned, but don't let that stop you from getting on this climb if you're solid at the grade. While people are stacked up over on "Cheezburgers and Beer," you'll most likely have this beauty to yourself. Aug 13, 2013
Fat Dad
Los Angeles, CA
Fat Dad   Los Angeles, CA
This looks like a great climb but I don't understand the rationale for placing the first bolt so high. In addition, there is no (natural) belay anchor and there's about 50 ft. of slab beneath the small ledge you belay from. If the leader slips before clipping the first bolt, you're both going to take a really nasty tumble. Jun 27, 2016