All Locations > International > North America > Canada > Ontario > Kama Bay, Lake Su… > Icebreakers Area
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|Type:||Trad, Ice, 150 ft|
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|Shared By:||Dave Rone on Dec 1, 2008|
DescriptionOne of Kama's showpiece routes! Long, steep, sustained, and exposed. The crux is usually the 30' vertical to slightly overhanging pillar at the bottom, which can sometimes be difficult to protect. Once up the pillar the angle eases to slightly less than vertical and the ice quality improves. The finish can sometimes be a little tricky, varying at times from big umbrellas to bare rock.
You can usually see this massive sheet of ice from miles away as you approach on Hwy 17. Turn off on the Domtar Road and you'll see it up high on the cliff line after 2-3 miles.
Park below the route and head straight for it. As you get through the new-growth pines and enter the forest, watch for flagging tape marking the trail to the Icebreakers area. About 45 minutes to an hour.