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southbayclimber


Jun 29, 2005, 2:38 PM
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Top Ropes in South Lake Tahoe  (North_America: United_States: California: Lake_Tahoe: Pie_Shop)
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A group of my friends are going to South Lake Tahoe for the 4th of July, I wanted to take them climbing and was looking for a place to top rope that had 5.7, 5.8, and 5.9/.10 climbs so I can set up multiple routes. It would also be good if these routes were varied in style (crack, face, etc.)

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Jason


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90 foot wall, eagle creek canyon. It's a popular area, with bolted topropes, short hike. You park next to emerald bay.


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That looks good, as long as its not too crowded. I'm already going to be the ass with a big group of n00bs, taking over a crag, I just don't want to do it at a popular crag and piss off the locals.


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You're in luck. That crag is popular, but with groups like yours. There will probably be a toprope on every anchor at some point during the day. Be friendly and share! I'd inspect other people's anchors though, I have seen some semi-shady stuff.


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