Wow, it must have been 1993 when we did this hike. Good views of Tuolumne, better ones can be had from Mt. Dana though.
Followed direct from parking near south slope. Kept closer to the steep parts of the dome until I had no choice but move to the southern side.
Nice afternoon stroll to the top. Great views.
Many zen moments on the slabs. Especially nice by moonlight!
Robin and I marked our first anniversary by climbing in Yosemite. We intended to stay in Camp 4 (where we met) and climb in the Valley, but all camping was full, so instead we headed to the high country and climbed in Tuolumne. The first day there, we climbed Northwest Books. It was an enjoyable climb, but the howling wind made it a bit chilly. Fortunately for us, the next day, when we climbed Holdless Horror, was glorious.
Climbed Lembert many times in '04 and '05.
This was the first hike I ever did in Yosemite NP and I loved it! It was a stormy day so I kept close watch on the clouds. Loved the views looking west over Tuolumne Meadows with Cathedral Peak in the distance.
I recall being poised just below the finger crack crux, chalking and pondering, pondering,chalking..........then chalking and pondering some more, when suddenly J. Bacher appeared from below, ropeless, and politely asked if he could climb through! I did this route with Miguel Carmona.
My buddy Luke's first lead!!
An nice little afternoon "hike."
Seemed a bit stiff for 5.7, but that's the way it is when you come from anywhere but maybe Southern Utah.
Short climb with Glenn as an acclimatization day for Clarence King on Sunday--really just an excuse to get some more climbing in... pretty fun.
I've also hiked up the trail from Tioga Road (Oct 20, '02): short but enjoyable, with nice views at the end. Four or five other groups up at the summit.
Fun, easy climb. Did it with a bunch of people and had a great day.
so close to the road, how could you not do it?
Hiked up the east slope just for fun after climbing Mount Dana.
Hiked this with my girlfriend (her first named Sierra summit). Had some fun soloing the rock at the base of the south face.
Hiked up there with Chuck, Sue and Sabine.
Wife and I spend an afternoon in TM, and made the scramble to the top. enjoyable trip.
A short two-pitch climb if you start high and end low before walking up and off. We got here behind another party, an older guy and his very young daughter. He disappeared over the lieback bulge and the rope didn't move for a long time, so I soloed up to see what he was doing. He was halfway up the crack and having a hard time. Is that the 5.9 variation? I asked. He said he didn't know what it was but that it was hard. Eventually, he backed off, did the traverse to the right and belayed his daughter up, who tried and failed to clean his highest piece in the crack. I followed and found the crack burly enough but not too much work and certainly the highlight of the route. My second couldn't clean the piece, either. A nice warm-up climb, especially now that there's fixed gear for any nervous leaders on the crux.
I assume the fixed piece is a green cam? I saw one there yesterday.