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Shared By: Ian Lingley on May 17, 2011 · Updates
Admins: Dom Caron, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

Description

This is a coastal area, with a few boulders and small cliffs. The rock is hard like granite with lots of features. The boulders appear to be pretty good quality with few loose holds. The landings to some of the problems aren’t flat, it would be recommended to bring 2-3 pads. The Amount of quality rock is limited because it changes to choss at the ends of this area.
This area has been climbed off and on since the 70’s and possibly before this. Allot of the “New” problems were probably climbed by another generation, if anyone has information of other problems, correct Route/Boulder Names or FA information let me know and ill update it. (IanLingley@hotmail.ca)

Getting There

This area is located at the end of the Redhead Road in Saint John. Drive the Redhead road to the lighthouse at cape Spencer, walk by the sign that says loose cliffs. An obvious trail will lead you down toward the shore. Its about a 20min drive from the highway in Saint John and 4min approach from the parking spot.

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