Twin Lakes Road

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 19




Small area with one bolted climb but more potential in the area.

Access issues inherited from North Bay Area

Some highway climbing. Be aware of highway vehicles and take care with where you park.


Take the HWY 17 exit east and then your first left onto Twin Lakes Road if you are coming from the city.

Parking right in front the route, lots of room for vehicles on the shoulder its a quiet road.


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Fun little top rope on blasted rock with a couple tricky moves. Use the two bolts on the top as your anchor.

FA: Aidan Ireton, 1 Apr

Fun powerful climb. Definitely could be done as a highball Boulder (V5 Probably) but it has a few low percentage moves and I only have one pad so I just rope soloed it.

FA: Aidan Ireton, 9 Apr

Mixed Route First piece of gear is good, second piece is good, climb out from the roof and directly over the peak. Hardest part is the start.

New lead route.I have climbed it on top rope felt like it was in a range of mid to high 5.10's.

Nice beginner trad climb. Just a short slab, 5 placements plus the anchor at the top. One rack on nuts will work.

Highball. Straight up the blast lines following a couple of good ledges. Top out slightly left

FA: Carter Hodgson, 10 Nov 2020

On the north side of the wall just past the corner, to the right of the telephone pole above. climb directly up into the good crack on the left of the bulge. Use the left face to press up and top out to the right above the start.

FA: Carter Hodgson, 27 Jun

Just past the last tall part on the north wall. Climb straight up between the blast holes on some pressy moves to a sloper in the middle near the top with bad feet. Top out in the "v" shape in the rock when viewed from below.

Roughly 10m to the right of Moose knuckle. Climb straight up the slab to the overhang, top out to the right.

FA: Carter Hodgson, 27 Jun

Just past the last tall part on the north wall. Directly up between the blast holes, some pressy moves on good feet to a slopey hold near the top, finish in the "v" shape in the rock with minimal feet in the middle.

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