/ Where to climb in the USA July/August
toulumne / high sierra.
You might want to be a little more specific about where exactly you are going. It's a big place.
> You might want to be a little more specific about where exactly you are going. It's a big place.
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At that time of year, head North; Washington, Idaho, Montana, Squamish. Or you could go high, Tetons, Sierras, Rockys. Stay away from places like J-Tree, Yosemite (except Tuolumne), Red Rocks etc, you will melt.
Hard to say more without more detail.
second wind rivers....moquitoes can be a bastard and the cirque is just awesome...beats waiting to get a permit i the rmnp.
pinnacles good too
and if you are near tahoe as a stop off lovers leap is spectular
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