Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: Don Reid, Ron Skelton, January 1985
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Shared By: Jeff Scheuerell on Mar 27, 2010
Admins: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Yosemite National Park climbing closures and conditions Details
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The Hawaiian is a fun short route that follows a seam that opens up now and then for good protection. When the seam ends a bolt protects the final face climbing to a 2 bolt anchor/rap station. Although a little run to the anchor, positive edges keeps it fairly tame.


40' left of Fly By


Pro to a .5 Camalot


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Jeff Scheuerell  
New 3/8ths" bolt and anchor with rap rings. Mar 27, 2010
FA: Don Reid, Ron Skelton, 1/1985 Jan 7, 2012
Ryan K.
Ryan K.  
The topo shows two more pitches. We did the second pitch (or part of it), which is a high quality, tightly bolted, old school 10a slab. This gets you to a two bolt anchor, shared with Fly By. For those inclined, you can top rope Fly By with a single 70m rope after leading P2 of The Hawaiian. Nov 9, 2015
Reid's guide shows six bolts on its 2nd pitch (that goes to the anchor of Fly By). The previous comment (in late 2015) described the pitch being tightly bolted. As of April, 2017, there are three bolts on the 2nd pitch. After the first clip, I can see a bolt hole, and it was not patched at all. If one blows just before clipping the now-2nd bolt, she will deck on the ledge due to the traversing nature of the pitch. The 10a rating is stiff compared to a few other pitches in the area (such as P1 and p2 on the Unchaste). Apr 10, 2017