“When we first went there in the early 1950's, it was already the climbers' camp — a spot dotted with large boulders and with campsites in irregular places. I guess the Park Service thought it was good enough for climbers. They were right. We loved the boulders and were happy to have a spot on the ground to throw our sleeping bags. We could find a table for our campsite, and if we didn't like where it was we would move it. Camp 4 was our home...”

Royal Robbins (Camp 4 in Yosemite)