Elevation: 1,164 ft
GPS: 50.055, -94.787 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Rob Hester on Sep 10, 2018
Admins: Dave Rone

Description

The Gooseneck Rocks, or “Goosenecks” are located at the north end of Gooseneck Lake, about 18km by road northeast from Minaki. The Goosenecks offer the greatest quantity and variety of accessible climbing in Northwest Ontario, and it is here that rock climbing in the area began in the early 1970s.

Getting There

From Kenora, get to the Kenora-Keewatin bypass Hwy #17A. Travel to the Kenora-Minaki road, Hwy #596 and turn north. After approximately 40 km this road almost comes to a “T” at Pistol Lake. Turn left here onto the Whitedog Falls road, Hwy #525. Goosenecks’ Main Cliff is 12.2 km down this road, 1.7 km past the Cygnet Lake road which turns off to the left.

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