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Adding Half Dome to backcountry permit

Discussion about hiking to the top of Half Dome, planning the trip, and when the Half Dome cables are installed in Spring or removed in Fall.

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Adding Half Dome to backcountry permit

Postby Nacci » Thu Mar 10, 2011 10:41 pm

Since you're planning to backpack, try to find a trailhead with available permits that allows you to continue on to Half Dome. You can add a free Half Dome permit to a backcountry permit that is in the Half Dome vicinity.

But you may be looking at trying to get one of the First Come First Served Permits. Most of the reservable permits that head toward Half Dome are gone (Sunrise Lake > Cloud's Rest, Valley > Little Yosemite Valley, Glacier Point > LYV, and such)
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