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Twin Gate incorporates Twin Gate Mountain, Twin Gate Mountain South Face and Twin Gate Mountain Western Tower. Twin Gate Mountain is the main climbing area offering excellent routes in a beautiful location amongst rice fields. The main crag is shaded in the afternoon and the river located nearby is a nice place to swim during the warmer months.



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Grade Route
1 5.10a
2 5.8

Starts around left from Beautiful Shadow, past the hole back into the the main cave.

1 5.10a
2 5.10a

Starts around left of Beautiful Shadow. Up the right wall of the hole through to the main cave.

Starts left of the two caves with tables. A techy crux low leads to some powerful moves higher up.

split left off second bolt of blood into a balancy and crumbly dihedral, fingery moves up ...interesting rock.

Left line on the pillar between the two caves with tables. The bulging crack of the second pitch is easily visible above the anchor.

1 5.11b
2 5.11a

From the back of the cave to lower off midway to the front.

Right wall of the right cave, through the tufa/stalactites and then up to join Big Plane.

Technical climbing to the right of DPG.

1 5.10b
2 5.10b

1st Pitch: 5.10b, 10 bolts 2nd Pitch: 5.10b

From belay of Xin Jiang Black head up and right instead of up and left.

FA: Josh Latila & Andrew Hedesh, 2010

Cruxy start geting onto the wall, then traversing right into the corner. Technical climbing on good rock.

FA: Ken & Karen McMahon, 1998

Bottom half is run out. A few wires might help.


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