Elevation: 788 ft
GPS: 45.246, -79.747 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 276 total · 18/month
Shared By: W T on Jul 16, 2018
Admins: Dave Rone

Description

This is a larger cliff on the northern end of the lake, opposite of Blueberry island. Over the decades several generations of lake-goers have scaled these walls to jump from two prime jumping spots, one at roughly 45 feet and the other at roughly 60 feet. Come here if you want to try some fun climbs in a unique setting. These routes have the best descent around. However, jump at your own risk as this might be private land and there have been several accidents involving people entering the water awkwardly.

There is a lot of potential here for top-rope and trad routes. The walls are decently tall and there are plenty of interesting overhangs and caves to keep you engaged.

Please let me know if there are local climbers! I have put up some routes here but I think some people may have been here first as I have found several old Pitons.

Getting There

As far as I know the only feasible approach is by boat. This cliff may be on private land, so please use your best Leave-No-Trace practices!!

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