At the left end of the crag where the rock veers away from the highway towards the quarry is this short overhanging cliffband. With swirly, featured gneiss rock and a pleasant forested setting, this area offers a pleasing complement to the sloughside boulders on the right side.
Park at the quarry and walk east 200m along the highway to where the rock roadcut begins. Follow a short trail into the forest.
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Traverse in the Woods V3 6a International : Canada : ... : The Left Side
Start at the far right end of the right-hand side of the crag where the angle changes from slabby to vertical with hands on a large and usually chalked hold. Traverse left along the base of the crag relatively easily until a blank section near the left arete (with an old broken-off piton behind one hold) can be solved statically with a high traverse on crimps or a long sideways dyno to a jug. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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