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Climbing Difficulty Rating: 4th Class
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Class, which refers to the technical difficulty of a route, ranges from Class 1 (walking on a well-maintained trail) to Class 6 (using equipment and engineering skills to ascend a cliff).

4th Class Climbing
Most of my way up the face of Half Dome, Yosemite, CA (1977)
Class 4: Hands, long fall, maybe ropes. Class-4 is easy climbing over steep, exposed terrain where you need your hands. There would be many large handholds, and while you probably wouldn't fall on Class-4, a fall none-the-less would be long and would result in great injury or death. You wouldn't do it with your hands in your pockets, you might want a rope (especially for a down-climb), and you might be a bit too puckered up to whistle a happy song.
4th Class Climbing
Big Arrow Peak - Arrow Canyon Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Big Arrow Peak - Arrow Canyon Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Big Arrow Peak - Arrow Canyon Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Big Arrow Peak - Arrow Canyon Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Bridge Mountain - Rainbow Mountain Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Bridge Mountain - Rainbow Mountain Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Bridge Mountain - Rainbow Mountain Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Bridge Mountain - Rainbow Mountain Wilderness Area
4th Class Climbing
Lone Mountain, South Ridge
4th Class Climbing
Lone Mountain, East Buttress
4th Class Climbing
Tahquitz Rock, Mt. San Jacinto, CA (1975)
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