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Desert SolitaireRoute Climbed: SE Arete Date Climbed: June 17, 2005  Sucess!

Desert Solitaire

Very enjoyable climb. BP in to Grayling lake, and bagged Clark and Gray. The step across was quite a thrill and the summit views were amazing - Yosemite Falls and the back of half dome reared some very teasing moments.
Posted Sep 2, 2005 8:43 pm

kovarpaRoute Climbed: NW Arete Date Climbed: June 19, 2005  Sucess!

kovarpa

Very fine trip with Kris with spectacular bivy. Down SE Arete, completing traverse of the mountain. D7's proved to be universal shoes - you can climb neve and carve telemark turns with them...
Posted Jun 21, 2005 1:22 am

ZzyzxRoute Climbed: NW Arete - SE Arete traverse Date Climbed: June 20, 2004  Sucess!
My second attempt and this time succesful! I climbed with Rob and did it in a day from Happy Isles. We climbed NW Arete and down climbed SE Arete thus completing the traverse. 2 for the price of 1! :)

Unforgetable climb, this peak is pretty amazing. I'll try to post the trip report soon.
Posted Jun 21, 2004 11:39 pm

Dave DinnellRoute Climbed: NE Face Date Climbed: August 1987  Sucess!

Dave Dinnell

Climbed with friend Matt and five ten year olds from a summer camp. Awesome peak and awesome kids!
Posted Jan 10, 2004 12:18 am

ZzyzxRoute Climbed: NW Arete Date Climbed: August 24, 2003
I did it as a solo day hike. Took longer than I expected, 18 hrs. car to car from Curry Village. The ridge is impressive and somewhat intimidating.

I followed the arete, but got stuck when I got to the upper part. I decided to traverse to the right and try to climb above the saddle between Gendarme Robert and the face. I followed small ledges and cracks, but whichever way I went I would get stuck at a point where it seemed to be to risky to solo it considering my limited experience and remote location. So being probably no more than 50 feet below the summit ridge and after over an hour of trying I chickened out and turned around. The mountain will still be there.

Got myself into a 'bushwhacking hell' on the way down.
Posted Aug 27, 2003 2:10 am

Bob BurdRoute Climbed: NW Face/NW Arete Date Climbed: Nov 1, 2002  Sucess!

Bob Burd

Warren Storkman apparently did this dayhike from Happy Isles in 12hrs back in the 70's. So I gave it a go, but came in at 12.5hrs. But what a fine hike - who would have thought November weather could be so nice? Trip Report.
Posted Nov 4, 2002 3:55 pm

Dave DalyRoute Climbed: NW Arete Date Climbed: June 1995  Sucess!

Dave Daly

Having only climbed for just 2 years before going up Mt. Clark (1995), this was a hallmark ascent for things to come. My love for backcountry climbing blossomed upon taking the new challenges Clark offered. Nice exposure and casual technical climbing. I'll never forget the experience!
Posted Aug 3, 2002 9:53 am

HikeMonkeyRoute Climbed: NW Arete Date Climbed: June 23, 2000  Sucess!

HikeMonkey

Luckily I was only "nearly petrified" so I was able to reach the summit anyway.
Posted Jun 20, 2002 8:48 am

Bob BurdRoute Climbed: NW Arete Date Climbed: June 23, 2000  Sucess!

Bob Burd

We climbed Mt. Starr King in the morning, then hauled our butts over to Mt. Clark. It was a long haul. We were exhausted when we reached the arete, so we napped for a while, then climbed late in the afternoon. I thought it was exhilarating. We bivied on the west side of the arete near the base, which was quite nice, then hiked out the next morning. Trip report
Posted Aug 29, 2001 10:25 pm

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