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Home - Climbing - Eagles Nest

The Vitals

Locals Tips

Great spring climbing and easy over snow approach.

Dogs?

Yes, but ledgy with exposure.

Links

Eagle's Nest on Mountain Project, Rockclimbing.com.

The Routes

Fledgling Crack (5.10a)
Brid of Prey  (5.11a)
Yellow Jacket (5.10d)
Flight School (5.11d)
Another WASP Climb (5.12b)
Dragon Fly  (5.10b)
Hornet's hideout  (5.10d)
Swarm  (5.12a)
Horny (5.9)
Gold Mettle (5.12a)

Eagles Nest

Just across the creek from Eagle Creek Cliffs you will find Eagles Nest, another one of the excellent walls hiding in plain sight in Eagle Creek Canyon. We have yet to climb there but do have a photo or two from climbing at Eagle Creek Cliffs. We'll get on the rock shortly.

Eagles Nest Pictures

Eagles Nest 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 to the Eagle Lake Cliffs.Instead of going up the talus to the cliffs, stay low and cross the stream once it gets to be a stream rather than part of the lake. The cliffs are directly uphill.


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