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Description 

Sunny, has some AM shade. Mostly deep-water solo oportunities. The water can be shallow in some spots, especially at low tide, but there are some deeper spots next to the clifline as well. This is certainly not a destination area, as the cliffline is no more than 25-30 feet high, but if you find yourself on Abaco island, it's definately worth the trip.

Getting There 

Little Harbor is located on the east side of Abaco Island, near the Marsh Harbor area. You can drive to Little Harbor, or I you have an appropriately sized boat you can get to the harborby boat. Once you're there, you'll need to kayak/canoe
/swim or take a small motorboat to get to the cliffline. It's across the harbor from Pete's Pub and grill.

Climbing Season

For the North America area.

Weather station 3.9 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

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Bahama Mama 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a V1 5  North America : Bahamas : Little Harbor
Probably the best route here. The route is a really fun traverse over neck deep water (in between tides). You'll have to take a boat/kayak out there, you could maybe swim but it may be hard to get up onto the ledge if you don't have something to stand on. Start on the ledge to the left of the wall, and traverse right, staying lower to avoid vegetation. Lots of cool limestone pockets throughout the climb. Starts out slightly overhanging, then goes to vertical as you go around an bulge/arête ...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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