The Twins Bouldering
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DescriptionTwo "twin" boulders hidden in the pine trees near the High Rocks parking area. The "Twins" are the closest erratic boulders to the ATT tower at the top of High Rock Rd. The boulders offer good landings and moderate grades. This is a great place to warm up. The larger of the boulders has no easy way down. Either down climb the leaning tree, or pick a problem to do backwards.
Getting TherePark at the High Rocks parking area, and follow the trail up the steps and down into the valley. From the ATT tower, walk up small stone stairs past the High Rock Memorial. Walk off the back side, and turn right town a single track trail. After a few hundred yards, two boulders will be visible a hundred feet off the trail on the right.
The best way is to go down the fire road that continues off the parking lot near the tower. Walk 200 yards, and look for the remnants of a stone wall that intersects the trail (there might still be a small cairn to the left). When you get to the stone wall, take a left through the woods keeping the stone wall on your left. Walk about 100 yards, and look right to spot The Twins.
These boulders are about a quarter mile down the trail then 100-150 yards off of the trail to the right.
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