Mike Womack submitted this classic, technical traverse in Yosemite National Park:
Start and Finish in the north Tenaya Lake parking lot. Start by climbing the NE buttress of Tenaya Peak (5.4 - 1500'), then climbing Matthes Crest south to north (5.7 - 5,200'), then climb the SE buttress of Cathedral Peak (5.6 - 600'). Then hike back to the north Tenaya Lake parking lot. All in all, it's about 7,300' of technical climbing with about 7 miles of hiking.
The route is also described in detail on mountainproject.com.
Another option is to start at Tenaya Lake but finish at the highway near Tuolumne Meadow. This is shorter, with less bushwhacking, and is probably a more "traditional" route for climbers. A short (~6 mile) bike or car shuttle gets you back to Tenaya Lake.
Enconfirmed, but Vitaliy says he did about 5:03 (unsure if car to car or lot to lot). I did about 4:55:34 lot to lot (5:09 car to car via hitchhiking from cathedral lot to tenaya). https://www.strava.com/activities/2675044030/overview
Replied to your other comment regarding car-to-car or point-to-point.