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Incredible Hulk: Red Dihedral (a.k.a. 'Yggdrasil') Professional Review and Guide
"The Incredible Hulk is one of the biggest rock faces in the range, and due to its excellent rock and relative accessibility up Little Slide Canyon, it has been the site of considerable climbing activity. A huge triangular slab at the base of a vague prow distinguishes the lower third of the Hulk. Above this is a prominent prow. To the left of the prow is a series of dihedrals, the left-most of which is home to the Polish Route. Other routes follow the intervening corners. To the right of the prow is a broad face split by a series of cracks and a prominent red dihedral."
--John Moynier & Claude Fiddler, Climbing California's High Sierra (Falcon Guides).
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