Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Fa: Colin Bell, G.Lacroix FFA: John Bowles, Brent Cruickshank
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Shared By: Ian Lingley on Aug 8, 2012
Admins: Dom Caron, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

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Diurnal pegs start just right of the great roof and follows discontinuous cracks to a bolted anchor. This route R rating is because of the run out to the first pin about 12-15’ up.

Diurnal pegs was developed in 1977 by Colin Bell and G.Lacroix and was original an aid line that was given the aid grade of A1. Diurnal Pegs was the first climb in New Brunswick to have a bolt placed on it, the bolt was placed about 5 feet from the ground but was removed around 2010. In 2004 local hard men John Bowles and Brent Cruickshank freed the original line with a starting variation and gave the route a grade of 5.11 R.


Right of the great roof


Bring a rack, There are 2 older pins placed on the climb that may need replacing.