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Hidden Cliffs


Hidden Cliffs 


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Location: 49.8151, -95.2481 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Miguel Berube on Jul 12, 2012
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BETA PHOTO: A face that needs to be cleaned but is 20+ feet ta...

Description 

A crag that offers scattered climbing/bouldering opportunities within a dense forest.


Getting There 

Found approximately 2 kilometres East of the Lily Pond climbing area in the Whiteshell provincial park on highway 44. Heading east from Lily Pond there is an open turn off to your left to park your car. From there hike east through the dense forest to a multitude of short to medium height cliffs.




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One of the many cliffs scattered in the forest. This cliff is easily protectable to set up TR anchors. There are 2 trees and a large boulder that takes a size 1 Camalot and/or size 2 Friend.
BETA PHOTO: One of the many cliffs scattered in the forest. Th...
A short slab 30+ feet tall that follows an angled corner crack to the top.
BETA PHOTO: A short slab 30+ feet tall that follows an angled ...
A route that I started cleaning out. From what I could tell from cleaning the crack below the corner roof section is that takes gear really well and would be protectable from a size 4 C4 at the start and narrows down to sizes 0.5 C4's.
BETA PHOTO: A route that I started cleaning out. From what I c...
A shorter wall that has lots of horizontal thin finger cracks.
A shorter wall that has lots of horizontal thin fi...
Continuation of the corner section that traverses along the half way mark of the cliff.
BETA PHOTO: Continuation of the corner section that traverses ...
Off the highway 44. As you can see the cliffs are obscured by trees.
BETA PHOTO: Off the highway 44. As you can see the cliffs are ...
The crack that sits below the roof. It needs a good cleaning (lots of moss and lichen) but seems quite protectable. I simulated a few falls on a size 3 Camalot and it held.
BETA PHOTO: The crack that sits below the roof. It needs a goo...
A shorter wall that has lots of horizontal thin finger cracks.
A shorter wall that has lots of horizontal thin fi...
The Camalot that held a few test falls.
BETA PHOTO: The Camalot that held a few test falls.
A shorter wall that has lots of horizontal thin finger cracks.
A shorter wall that has lots of horizontal thin fi...
A dihedral that I'll clean over the next few weeks.
BETA PHOTO: A dihedral that I'll clean over the next few weeks...
Another shot of the tall cliff that has potential for a few routes if cleaned.
Another shot of the tall cliff that has potential ...
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