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mconnellUntitled Comment

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It was down when I was there last year but I didn't put it back. The keeper of the registers at the Sierra Club has also requested that it is replaced on the summit where it belongs.

Posted Jul 3, 2001 3:40 pm

JoshUntitled Comment

Josh

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As of 6/24/01, the summit register is no longer on the true summit! Someone took it and put it on the ground just below the summit block. Also, there is a 15 foot piece of webbing tied to the summit bolts that some people use to haul their weak asses up (I don't know how long that will stay....I should have taken it down myself). Come on you guys, it's only 5.8+!
Posted Jun 25, 2001 10:11 am

mconnellUntitled Comment

Hasn't voted

It was down when I was there last year but I didn't put it back. The keeper of the registers at the Sierra Club has also requested that it is replaced on the summit where it belongs.

Posted Jul 3, 2001 3:40 pm

JoshUntitled Comment

Josh

Hasn't voted

I climbed Thunderbolt on August 1 and put the register back on the summit. Hopefully it will remain there.
Posted Aug 8, 2001 5:14 pm

sybilyangUntitled Comment

Hasn't voted

As of 7/25/02, the summit register was moved down from the summit monolith on Thunderbolt peak. I don't know who did it, but, it was sitting at the southwest foot of the summit block. (BTW, that's means the register is actually below 14,000 feet) .
Posted Jul 27, 2002 12:33 am

Steve GrindUntitled Comment

Hasn't voted

I was up there on Sept. 17, 2002 and the register is still down. The cast eyelet used to bolt it to the summit is broken, and therefore could not be bolted down on top. Also, the webbing is still up.
Posted Sep 21, 2002 8:31 am

howiemtnguideRegister

howiemtnguide

Hasn't voted

Register is now cabled to the summit. Don't know by whom. Should be repositioned as it could now be used by climbers instead of the webbing ladder as a point of aid.
Posted May 2, 2013 3:30 pm

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