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mekwiseRoute Climbed: Munginella Date Climbed: Summer 2003  Sucess!

mekwise

Climbed munginella summer 2003 with my wife. We had great views of half dome and watched storm clouds roll in and around it.
Posted Feb 23, 2005 9:51 pm

jtschanzRoute Climbed: Munginella & Sunnyside Bench Date Climbed: November 28, 2004  Sucess!

jtschanz

Climbed these two fun routes with my brother Steve on a perfect sunny November day - great views of snow-covered Half Dome and partially frozen Yosemite Falls. It was strange to be rock climbing the day after a snow & freezing rain storm in the valley!
Posted Nov 29, 2004 4:24 pm

ZzyzxRoute Climbed: Royal Arches, Nutckracker Date Climbed: August 21-22, 2004  Sucess!
Great climbs. Royal Arches is a fun route, even though a lot of it is class 3 - 4. We rappeled down with two 60m ropes. It seems to me based on the amount of rappel bolts that they were set up for a single rope, but I wouldn't guarantee that. Even with two ropes it took a long time. The whole climb took us probably 11 hrs car-to-car.

The next day we did Nutckracker. Much shorter and more exciting, definately more difficult. At the end of pitch 3 we met a girl name Erica who was free soloing. No respect for male egos..... :)
Posted Sep 12, 2004 11:40 pm

Matt KRoute Climbed: Various Date Climbed: Summer 1994, 1995  Sucess!
Did some random toprope climbing throughout the area.
Posted Aug 29, 2004 9:14 pm

RobRoute Climbed: Many Date Climbed: 1989.....  Sucess!

Rob

Love the valley.
Posted Jul 8, 2004 10:27 am

CarboRoute Climbed: Munginella Date Climbed: 6/5/4  Sucess!

Carbo

Climbed it on a warm June Saturday. There was several teams ahead of us as we got there late (sp'ers among others). Still a fun route.
Posted Jul 2, 2004 9:14 pm

DigglerRoute Climbed: Various Date Climbed: Various

Diggler

Hope to do many more in this special place. So far, have done (among others): Munginella (great climb with solid rock, funky trees, & good pro), Grack Left (mediocre- did 1st pitch unroped, 2nd pitch was a few 5.7 moves over slick rock, 3rd pitch was 4th class) & Centre, Harry Daly, Nutcracker, Royal Arches, After 6 & 7, Uncle Fanny, Church Bowl Chimney, Suds, Pine Line, ...
Posted Jun 7, 2004 8:01 pm

Dave DalyVarious Aid Routes

Dave Daly

All very fun, obscure and adventurous approaches. Enjoyable climbs with close friends.

Dog Dik Cliff (Pink Pussy Cat, A1), Staircase Falls (Old A3 & The Guido Variation), Kat Pinncle (Southwest Corner, 5.7 A2+), El Cap (La Escuela, C2), Ribbon Falls Area (Laughing At The Void, 5.8 A3+) Date Climbed: April-May 2004
April 24 2006 - 'Stigma' C2+/C3+F (Coookie Cliff)
Posted Jun 7, 2004 3:53 pm

ZzyzxRoute Climbed: After Seven Date Climbed: November 2003
I went to climb this route with my friend Ben. We expected nasty weather amd a lot of rain. It wasn't that bad, even though we had some showers and the rock was wet. Ben led the first pitch, the crux of the route. It was a fun climb. At one point the wind really picked up and we couldn't hear each other at all. Half way up the last pitch I bailed out. The rock was pretty slick and we had only about 10 minutes of daylight left. In bad weather and with only one headlamp it had a potential to become another epic. I downclimbed and then we rappeled to the descend gully.
Posted May 11, 2004 1:41 am

ZzyzxRoute Climbed: Munginella Date Climbed: June 2003  Sucess!
My first lead climb and first multipitch route. Enjoyed it a lot!
Posted May 11, 2004 1:34 am

MishaRoute Climbed: Various Date Climbed: April 24-25, May 8-9 - 2004  Sucess!

Misha

- Munginella (5.6, 3p) on April 25th with Etsuko. Led pitches #1 and #3.

- Several routes on Knob Hill on May 8th with Martin and Randy. Led Anti Ego Crack (5.7) and followed Just for Starters (5.10a)

- After Six (5.7, 6p) on May 9th with Martin and Matt.

Posted May 10, 2004 3:10 am

MishaRoute Climbed: Hanging Flake start, Swan Slab Gully finish Date Climbed: April 10, 2004  Sucess!

Misha

Etsuko and I climbed a hybrid multi-pitch climb on Swan Slab. We started it with climbing Hanging Flake (5.6, awkward for the rating) to the first belay station. After that we continued for two more pitches to the top of the slab (aka Swan Slab Gully). Second pitch was an easy 5th class, third pitch was a 5.5-5.6 R (last 30' with no pro). Not sure if we took the correct route on p3, but it was fun! Great easy Yosemite multi-pitch for a beginner leader!
Posted Apr 12, 2004 12:24 am

MishaRoute Climbed: Several Date Climbed: March 27-29, 2004  Sucess!

Misha

My first multi-pitch trad lead: Sunnyside Bench, Regular Route. We climbed the route in 4 pitches (it could be done in 3 if you can avoid the rope drag), and via the 5.5 "corner variation" (instead of 5.4 jugs). Etsuko led the first pitch, and I led all others. Fun!

We also TR'd several 5.9 and 5.10 routes on Swan Slab (i.e. Grant's Crack)
Posted Mar 30, 2004 10:09 am

DebRoute Climbed: Variation on a Theme 10b, Chouinard Crack 5.7, Harry Daley Route 5.8 Date Climbed: 7 June 2003  Sucess!

Deb

This was about the most messed thing all weekend! John scared any living animal in the valley including himself leading this first slabby pitch. I took over the last pitch on Harry Daley and enjoyed it immensely.
Posted Mar 13, 2004 12:02 am

Dave DalyRoute Climbed: Commitment (5.9) Date Climbed: April 1994  Sucess!

Dave Daly

Another Bridwell classic. The first pitch hand jams are near perfect (except for the rock swallows flying into your face!!). One can take the original 2nd pitch right facing corner (5.7) or move out onto the open slab (5.9R). The 3rd pitch is not only the crux pitch but also the best part of the route....a traverse from the belay to the right (under a small roof) to semi-pumpy lieback right facing corner, then up to a big flake (fun to squeeze through!!). The exit is a little loose....use caution.
Posted Feb 18, 2004 2:56 pm

Dave DalyRoute Climbed: Midterm (.10b), Arch Rock Date Climbed: 11 June 1997  Sucess!

Dave Daly

Amazing one pitch Jim Bridwell classic! Finger locks to hands to fist to offwidth to chimney!!! And to make things more interesting....its nicely polished! Had one #5 Camelot for the chimney (.10a). 4 stars!!
Posted Nov 24, 2003 12:12 pm

SharonRoute Climbed: The Grack- Center Route (I, 5.6) Date Climbed: 4 October 1990  Sucess!

Sharon

Partner: Steve Reynolds.

Fun in every way.
Posted Sep 30, 2003 11:47 pm

SharonRoute Climbed: Munginella I, 5.6 Date Climbed: September 21, 1993  Sucess!

Sharon

Partner: Richard Brown (from St. Albans, north of London; met at Camp 4)



Great views of Lost Arrow & Half Dome. Met thru the Camp 4 bulletin board -- a trial run to get to know each other for Snake Dike (we did the next day). Dirty in places, but OK. We agreed it was well named; mungy. Easy 3 pitches.

Posted Jul 24, 2003 1:41 am

rpcRoute Climbed: Munginella & The Grack Date Climbed: June 2003  Sucess!

rpc

Munginella was the first climb that my wife and I did in Yosemite. It was a fun route (huge traffic jams though) with a nice view of the Lost Arrow Spire (plenty of opportunities to enjoy some shade). Saw something very cool while belaying my wife atop the third pitch, specifically saw a snake CLIMBING the face to the right of the dihedral on pitch 3. It was probably about 3 feet long with a white/brown pattern. Never saw the head so not fully sure what it was? Pretty neat to see (well, maybe not when I'm going for a handhold on a lead but from the safety of the belay ledge!). We also did The Grack, Center which we enjoyed a lot more (book claims it to be the best 5.6 in the park) though it was like a frying pan on the day we did it. Thought Munginella was a bit stiffer than The Grack.
Posted Jun 27, 2003 12:50 pm

depclimbRoute Climbed: North But. Middle Cathedral/Bishops Terrace etc. Date Climbed: MAY-OCT 1978  Sucess!

depclimb

Wound up collecting cans for a living but had a great time climbing. It's still magic everytime in The Valley. Always a place to stay in Camp 4 if you are careful.
Posted Apr 8, 2003 11:42 am

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