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Royal Arch Cascade – Yosemite

Tuesday, May 25, 2010 @ 07:05 PM
Author: admin

One day this spring at Royal Arches Cascade in Yosemite Park.

1250 foot cascading water fall that pulses and glides down the left side of the Royal Arches.

The base of the falls is accessed via a short hike from the Ahwahnee Hotel. Follow the 3rd class climbers trail toward Serentity Crack. Take the first obvious ramp and climb up along the cliff to the falls.

For climbers, the best way to get there is to climb Peruvian Flake (5.10a finger and hand crack) which tops out to the ramp that leads to the falls base.

It is very exciting to stand at the base of the flow with the wind blowing, the noise of the falls and the crashing of the pulsating water. A must do when the water is at peak flow!

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