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California Climber Magazine
  California Climer summer 2012           D          e          s          t          i          n          a          t          i          o          n          s free N ° 01 WAYLAKECHIPMUNKFLATWOODFORDSCANYONSonomabouldering  /CALIFORNIACLIMbER / 3   /SUMMER 2012 / 4  /CALIFORNIACLIMbER / 5   /SUMMER 2012 / 6 CaliforniaClimer   SUMMER FEATURES 25  The California Climber Anthem   An editorial from Fitz Cahall  29  Exploring   Way Lake   The Eastside’s coolest bouldering  35  For Whom the Bell Tolls   Alpine granite abounds at Chipmunk Flat  45  Into the Horizon   Bouldering on the Sonoma Coast  51t  The Long to Short Club  Year-round cragging at Tahoe’s Woodfords Canyon on the cover: Nope! Not Tuolumne Meadows, it’s Brad Parker climbing Spinal Tap   (5.11b) at Chipmunk Flat, Sonora Pass.   IMAGE + Jerry Dodrill this page: Eric Sanchez pulls the crux move on Grand Finale  , a V9/10 on the spectacular Fort Ross boulder. IMAGE + Anthony Lapomardo DEPARTMENTS 07 Editors Note:   A Land of Opportunity  09  California Climber:  Dave Yerian 11  Review:   Canned Beer  13 Creature Comforts:   Paras-Haul  15 Road Warriors:   Stand by your Van  17 Golden State:   Summer Photo Gallery   /CALIFORNIACLIMbER / 7   /SUMMER 2012 / 8 CaliforniaClimer PUBLISHER/EDITOR IN CHIEF Dean Fleming ART DIRECTOR Alton Richardson DEPARTMENTS EDITOR Nicholas Miley SENIOR CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Jerry Dodrill, Jim Thornburg SENIOR CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Fitz Cahall, James Lucas CONTRIBUTORS Jim Thornburg, Jerry Dodrill, Anthony Lapomardo, Bill Serniuk, Nicholas Miley, John Vallejo, James Lucas, Fitz Cahall CALIFORNIA CLIMBER 22502 Colorado River Dr. Sonora, Ca 93570Phone: (209) 768-0110Email: MOST,IFNOTALLOFTHEACTIVITIESDEPICTEDHEREINCARRYAND PRESENTSIGNIFICANTRISKSOFPERSNALINJURYORDEATH. Rock climbing, bouldering, ice climbing, moutaineering, alpine climbing and any other outdoor activity are inherently danger-ous. The owners, staff and managment of California Climber do not recomend that anyone partcipate in these activities unless they are an expert or accompanied by an expert. Please seek qualified professional instruction and/or guidance. Understand-ing of the risks involved are necesassary and be prepared to assume all responisbilty associated with those risks. Josh Vale on Hanzo Blade   (V5), Way Lake. IMAGE + John Vallejo.   THE PACK REVOLUTION IS COMING: Find out more about the  world’s first Snake-Loader™ backpack.
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