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eguerin


Nov 19, 2009, 2:30 PM
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Getting to Bishop w/out a car  (North_America: United_States: California: Bishop_and_Eastern_Sierra)
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Is it possible to get to the bouldering areas from SF without a car?


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Check out this site:
http://easternsierratransitauthority.com/wb/pages/bus-routes.php

Looks like you might be able to work something out with them if they don't have a bus that goes there already. I don't know that area at all or else I'd help ya out more.


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The bouldering areas are all somewhat spread out. It would be hard to camp and hike to the bouldering areas. Hitchhiking is a possibility.


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eguerin wrote:
Is it possible to get to the bouldering areas from SF without a car?

Be advised that Tioga Pass is closed for winter. I believe this means essentially going to Tahoe and dropping down to get there from SF.

Seems like 5 out of 6 people I've talked to recently climbing in the sierras are from the bay area. Hook up with someone going, offering to pitch in for gas...


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