Little Twin Owls Rock Climbing
Left Angry Man on a great Jan. afternoon.
Great toproping (or leading) a couple minutes west of the old Twin Owls parking lot. Now, it lies probably 0.8 miles from the new trailhead. To set up topropes, scramble around either side to the back, and follow your nose to a short chimney between the two little owls, each of which sports a set of bolts. I find scrambling around to the right a bit easiser; both ways are fifth class, so don't do anything stupid. All the routes are worthwhile, with the "Finger Crack" being the most...memorable.
From the new parking lot, head west towards the old Twin Owls parking lot ~0.8 miles. Once at the old Twin Owls parking lot, this small crag is just to the west split by a wide crack on its southeast face. Expect ~15-20 minutes.
Weather station 1.4 miles from here
12 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
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Angry Man V7-8 7B CO
: Lumpy Ridge
: Little Twin Owls
Left and right angry man are two of the Front Range's most excellent sloper problems. From Jaws and the Tooth Boulder that sit below Little Twin Owls, follow a trail uphill and northeast past a boulder with two left angling highball cracks (both very good problems) continue uphill and round a large boulder with a beautiful, 25 foot V3 slab. Angry Man Boulder is behind this giant, it consists of two sloper shelfs with a years supply of chalk on them. Left Angry Man (V7/8) begins on the lowest ...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
By Mike Pharris
From: Longmont, CO
Sep 15, 2009
As of 9/13/09 the right hand summit - at the top of the zig zag crack route - only has one chain/bolt. There's one empty hole and one hole that's been cemented over. The rock up there has a bit of a hollow ring to it as well. We couldn't find any real way to back up the chains. Climber beware.
There are two chains on the left hand side - at the top of Knee Catcher.