Lee Vining Canyon
**Lee Vining Canyon: With creeks and aspen groves this is a pretty scenic place to climb. Mostly easy climbs.

Directions: From 395 at Lee Vining head south and take Tioga Pass (CA-120) head 3.5 miles then turn left on Poole Power Plant Road. The Roadside Boulder is about .3 miles down the road on the left with a pullout right next to it. The Aspen Boulder is 1.3 miles down the road, just before the Aspen Campground and the boulder is in the Aspens just behind the pull out.

Roadside Boulder
1. VB Slab also the downclimb
2. V0* Crack and slab one the arete
3. V1?
Roadside Traverse Start on the crack #2 and work into #5.
4. V4? the arete
5. V0!**
Roadside Rails Take the obvious rail ups, good fun and a jug haul, I'm not real sure about the flutter I gave it, its high enough and it pulls you off your pad, but I also did it a thunder storm and the wind and drizzle probably had an effect on me.
6. V? Something on the low face.
7. V0? There is another slab on the back side. I didn't check it out.

Aspen Boulder
1. V3*** Start on a good rail and work it up and left to the left arete. Good Fun
1a. The SDS/Low start under the roof is much harder.
2. V2* Start on the slopey knobs and pop for the top.
2a. V4? Start matched on a lower slopey hold on the left side of the arete and watch the ankle rolling rump wrecking tree trunk.
2b. SDS ?
3. V1* A move or two to a mantle.
4. V3** SDS on the right side of the arete on a left hand pinch and a right hand undercling then some technical moves up to a good flake bucket then to the lip and over.
5. VB**
Aspen Arete the South east arete, Probably the easiest downclimb.
6. V0* Easy Slab climb.
7. V2*** Start on the left side up the roof on a slopey rail then move up to a good jug then rock on to your feet and up.