1. Leaning Tower, Tenaya Peak, Matthes Crest


    from Nate Manson / Added

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    Nick and I finally tackled a big wall together. This was my third attempt, and his second, we finally succeeded. After a few days of rest in Yosemite Valley, we headed to Tuolomne Meadows to do Tenaya Peak and Matthes Crest in a day, then jammed home. All footage shot with a GoPro Hero 2, GoPro Hero, and one clip with a Canon 5D Mark III Edited in FCP X.

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    • High Sierra Link Up - Gopro HD


      from Pat Goodman / Added

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      This is a short video documenting my first day of climbing ever, in the High Sierra/Tuolumne Meadows area of California. In a day I linked up the classic moderates - North Butt of Tenaya, 5.5 (w/ direct finish 5.8) 1,500'. Matthes Crest, South to North Traverse, 5.7 (w/ 5.8 down climbing at the end) 500' and 1mile long. And Cathedral Peak's Southeast Butt, 5.7ish, 700'. Maybe around 10 miles of fast hiking in the mix as well. probly took around 8hrs, on-sight solo...well group solo. Super good intro to the area! If you have not done it yet GO DO IT! Video taken with the Gopro HD helmet cam.

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      • Express Gear Exchange on the Matthes Crest


        from Lizzy Stefurak / Added

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        Very short clip of innovative methods used to exchange our 7 cams from follower to leader on the Matthes Crest. Enjoy!

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        • Matthes Crest Backpacking Trip


          from Tad Hunt / Added

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          Five of us -- Clemens, Josan, Anthony, Danielle, and Tad (me) -- backpacked out on Friday night, September 11, 2009 to a basecamp between Cathedral Lake and Echo Lake. Saturday we attempted Matthes Crest (5.7) but backed off due to weather after hiking to the start. On Sunday, Anthony, Danielle, and myself made another attempt -- this time we were successful, and we had a great time!

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