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Mt. Emerson

October 1, 2016

$230

This is one of the rare, accessible alpine day climbs of the Eastern Sierra, quickly becoming a local Bishop area classic. Best climbed in the fall when the rock is dry and the temps are cool.

This climb on scheduled dates at this special pricing requires a minimum of 2 to run and has a maximum guiding ratio of 2:1.

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