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Home - Climbing - Eagle Lake Cliffs

The Vitals

Locals Tips

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Dogs?

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Links

Eagle Lake Cliffs on Supertopo, Mountain Project, Rockclimbing.com, theCrag.com

The Routes

The Perch Left (5.10d)
The Perch Center (5.10b)
The Perch Right (5.9)
Thrust is a Must (5.10d)
Seams to Me (5.10c)
Moonflower (5.10b)
The Beak (5.10d)
Barney Rubble (5.10b)
Quest for Glory (5.10d)
Space Truckin' (5.10a)
Space Walk (5.11c)
Separated Reality (5.8)
The Vulture (5.10a)
Off the Wall (5.10c)
Unknown Chimney (5.8)
Trust is a Must (5.10d)
Flight Simulator (5.11a)
Changeling (5.9)
Buster Brown (5.10b)
Block Buster (5.9)
Master Race (5.11c)
Der Fuhrer (5.11d)
Master of Disater (5.10b)
Learn to Fly (5.10a)

Eagle Lake Cliffs

Eagle Lake Cliffs are an awesome way to spend a day climbing. There is sun, shade, caves, water, scenery, and awesome rock. It's a combination that's tough to beat. It's not for the faint of heart, though as there are but a few moderates mixed in with many more difficult routes and they are generally not top roped without climbing something else first. The approach is about 40 minutes, but relatively easy and quite beautiful, though not as beautiful as the return trip during which points you right at Lake Tahoe and Emerald Bay. There is a combination of trad routes and bolted lines, as well as a good mixture of cracks, chimneys and face climbs. Many consider Space Walk (which is on the Supertopo cover) to be Tahoe's finest crack.

Eagle Lake Cliffs Pictures

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Eagle Lake Cliffs rock climbing

Directions - From South Lake Tahoe head north on 89 from the Y. Park at the Eagle Falls parking area. Parking is $5 inside the parking area or free on the roadside parking areas. All of the Eagle Canyon areas start here.Head up the Eagle Lake trail and when you get to the lake, follow the trail to the left. Approach should be 40-50 minutes.


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