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By MisterE Wolfe
From: Bishop, CA
Mar 13, 2017
UPDATE: The water was flowing over the crossing last week at 400 cfs, but they seemed to have backed it off a bit from that - as the water is below the crossing as of today.
The bridge took a bit of a beating, and isn't quite as solid as it was before.
The water eroded away the hillside on the road side, but seems to be OK.
The old static line has been replaced with a dynamic rope, making the rope-grab a bit stretchy & not as reassuring as it was before, but OK.
By Euan Cameron
From: Mammoth Lakes
Apr 14, 2007
|This definitely provides a quieter alternative to the Central Gorge. The climbing isn't as good as the Great Wall of China, but if you pick the routes there are some nice climbs.|
By Justin Bruce
Oct 11, 2016
|Does anyone know the name of the routes to the left of laser beam? Directly next to laser beam is a cool stem start route but is only like a 5.7. There is a another route continuing left that is also follows the arete (mistaken it for laser beam) seemed like a 5.8 route though. There are several other routes that continue left, one had Quickdraws on it.|