Thunder Bay Region Ice and Mixed Rock Climbing
Pukasahib (Child's Play) in big, December 2005
The Thunder Bay region hosts many long-standing classic ice, mixed, and rock routes, as well as a lot of new development, mostly in the rock climbing arena. Most Thunder Bay's ice and mixed climbing is concentrated on steep faces of Mount McKay and Mount McRae. The impressive ice lines on the northwestern face of Mount McRae are easily visible from Provincial Route 61 just south of Thunder Bay.
From Duluth, MN, take MN-61N for 148 miles to border crossing. After crossing the border MN-61 N becomes Provincial Route 61 N. Thunder Bay is 35 miles north.
Climbing Season For the Ontario area.
Weather station 4.6 miles from here
5 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Thunder Bay Region Ice and Mixed
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|Comments on Thunder Bay Region Ice and Mixed
By josh columb
From: Saint Paul, Minnesota
Jan 12, 2014
Dies any body have current ice conditions in Thunder Bay
And mt McRae
By Dave Rone
From: Eau Claire, Wis
Jan 13, 2014
Ice on Mt. McRae is not in at this point.
Also important to know that the routes on Mt. McKay are currently closed due to access issues. They are on reservation land and are currently posted 'no tresspassing'.
Ice in Orient Bay and Kama Bay is in.