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|Type:||Trad, 2 pitches|
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|Shared By:||Jaime Beecroft on Jun 27, 2017|
Located in a provincial park Details
Some special rules apply to certain routes which are near native paintings. Access is by canoe or Alpine Club of Canada water shuttle
DescriptionPitch 1: Start from a low ledge, traverses low underneath a slight overhang then up the ramp moving up and left until you move left and climb up a short headwall over a mantleshelf to the first belay. About 90 ft.
Pitch 2: Follow diagonally up and left and then move left underneath the overhang then up the
corner over some biggish blocks to the trees.
LocationThe climb starts about 25m south of
Yellow Groove and follows the next diagonal line of weakness.
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