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Climbing Yosemite’s Mt Dana

I’m planning on several more of my travel articles similar to my White Mountains and Death Valley pieces. One of them will feature Yosemite’s 13,061' Mt Dana, an easy 3000' non-technical “climb” (more of a hike) from the east entrance station of Yosemite National Park (see aerial map). I recommend this climb to anyone so “inclined”, and it’s a good starter climb for teenagers too. This particular ascent was my favorite (my 3rd, though not all the same day), with swirling clouds and a fresh layer of fine powder snow blowing in my face—one feels alive under such conditions. And once in a while a random stranger takes a decent shot of me. And then it cleared and warmed, making for a nice 3 hour sojourn.

At the summit of Mt. Dana (Mono Lake seen below). October 13, 2007

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