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Description

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.

Areas

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4
6
29m

Routes

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5.10a * Flash Trad

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

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

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5.11a to 5.11b * Beautiful Shadow Sport

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

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FR 7c+ Open Project Sport Project 30m

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

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5.10c ** Blood Sport 20m

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

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5.10d * Blood pitch 2 Unknown
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5.11b ** Ta Ma De Unknown
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5.12b Anti Polar Sport

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

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

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5.11b ** Big Plane (Da Feiji) Sport 20m
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5.9 * Da Pi Gu Sport 20m
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5.11a * Three point Five Sport

Technical climbing to the right of DPG.

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5.10b * Xin Jiang Black Sport 50m

1st Pitch: 5.10b 2nd Pitch: 5.10b

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5.11a ** Hard On, Easy Off Sport 23m

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

FA: Josh Latila, Andrew Hedesh, 2010

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5.8 * Smokin' / 8 Sport 20m

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

FA: Ken & Karen McMahon, 1998

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

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