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Pale Face

International > N America > Canada > British Columbia > Fraser Valley > Hunter Creek Bouldering
Access Issue: Private land Details

Description

Though only a small cluster of boulders, the reasonably flat landings and high quality problems make it a favorite.

** CAUTION: Cow Parsnip (Heracleum Maximum) [also known as Indian Celery] has recently (June 2020) been seen in this sector immediately on your left when approaching the Pale Face boulder from the Goldfinger area. It is advised not to go near it and avoid skin contact with the plant. It has leaves containing a sap that is photosensitive, leaving burn-like blisters/scars after coming in contact with sunlight.

Getting There

Walk past the Goldfinger boulder and continue east along the well established trail that winds through the forest. The next cluster of boulders is the Pale Face sector.

Routes from Left to Right

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