Elevation: 6,390 ft
GPS: 40.677, -105.431 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Ben Scott on Dec 16, 2014 with updates from Ken Duncan
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac
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Description

In 2003, a group of boulderers found a large cave at the base of the cliff, and Clayton Reagan established the namesake boulder problem, Twilight. After that initial interest, the real route climbing potential of the area began to be developed which continues to this day.

The cliff consists of medium length routes on well-featured and generally good quality rock.

The climbing season is very dependent on the river level, but in general, climbing can be had during Fall/Winter/Spring. Use caution crossing the river, and if it feels sketchy at all, just go to another crag.

Getting There

Park at the Eden pull-out or the Snake Eyes pull-out. Cross the river directly in front of the crag.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Twilight Wall

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