Minaret Traverse South Notch to the Gap Topo Map

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The traverse of the Minarets involves over a linear mile of continuously difficult, exposed, and committing climbing. Sections of the traverse had been done as early as the 1930s, but the first full traverse was not done until 1982, when leading Tuolumne Meadows climbers Vern Clevenger and Claude Fiddler linked all of peaks on the ridge between South Notch and the Gap. A complete traverse of the Ritter Range from Iron Mountain in the south to Banner Peak in the north would rival the Palisade Traverse in terms of length and difficulty. As far as is known, this has never been done in a single push.
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Mammoth Lakes, California

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