Type: Sport, Alpine, 60 ft
FA: John Tuttle and John from Australia
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Shared By: -robin- on Mar 17, 2014
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Access Issue: Yosemite National Park climbing closures and conditions Details

Description

The bolted line in between Knobnixious and Knobulator. One of the highest quality routes on the entire face, great knob climbing!

Protection

Five bolts to a two-bolt anchor

Photos

King Tut
Citrus Heights
  5.10c/d
King Tut   Citrus Heights
  5.10c/d
The First Ascent of this route was in the early nineties (~1991) if I recall correctly with myself (John Tuttle) and John from Australia. The route is more properly named "Konvicts do Koalas" (I hope John likes that :) ) and crosses Skeletal Remains which I believe followed the dramatic dyke that cuts across the face. Just a little well protected sport route with some nice movement, not some proud Tuolumne route. Easily top roped as well. Oct 9, 2015
Harumpfster Boondoggle
Between yesterday and today.
Harumpfster Boondoggle   Between yesterday and today.
Not so easily TR'd anymore. Anchors have been moved over to the lip and they can't be reached from the top. Thanks to those that replaced the lead bolts but I placed my anchors back from the lip for a reason.....:(. Jun 29, 2018
John, I did some replacement on E. Cottage about 15 years ago, and at that point most of the over-the-top anchors had been chopped (or stolen), my guess is that the anchor was placed there to avoid theft/chopping. The anchor was already below the edge 15 years ago. Dec 16, 2018