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Climber plans to build Yosemite museum

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Ken Yager is planning a museum that will focus on Yosemite Valley’s role in the development of modern rock climbing.

If Chamonix in the French Alps is a birthplace of the sport and Everest its most celebrated conquest, then Yosemite is the Cape Canaveral of climbing, a place where Americans rocketed past the dominant Europeans in the 1950s and ’60s with new techniques, tools and raw tenacity.

Yager has gathered a collection of 5,000 artifacts including early versions of nuts and cams. The plan is to construct the museum near Camp 4.

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