I climbed basically from the eastern side of the mountain, carrying with me a portable amateur radio station, making contacts with 41 hams across the US and Canada for Summits on the Air (SOTA.org.uk).
Very challenging. Perhaps my toughest climb to that point. After a really painful bushwhack to the Granite-Twin Rocks saddle, I hiked the south slope to the top.
I climbed this one on numerous trips through the Charon's Garden.
I climbed Crabeyes with my son Ben, May26 & friend David Parker, June 18. We accessed the top by climbing up through a small needle-hole in the rocks on the NW side of the mtn. I am still quite impressed with the balancing act of these two huge boulders. The June 18 hike was quite hot/humid but the flowers were wild & wonderful. LWest/Yukon OK
Didn't make it to Twin Rocks Mtn. Was a little confused as to which was actually the right peak. My son Zach and I did climb to the top of Crab Eyes. Great view, wonderful hike. The balanced rocks are awesome!!
Caution: Slippery when wet! Lots of fog, a little rain, and a great climb.
Lot of fun! I tried to go down the north side, but never could find a way. BTW, why do they call it Twin Rocks Mountain?