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Valley of the Kings Rock Climbing 

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Location: 47.3785, -53.0612 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Nick Collins on Nov 18, 2015
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These boulders, I think the b'ys named this the Valley of the Kings ? So, I guess these boulders are the 4 kings, and they earn their names. Very big boulder cliffs. Average size is 100 ft long and 14 ft high.

Well sheltered in the trees. Can climb even in winter minus temps.

Rock Type is granite. Smooth like swift current not sharp like Mandolin.

Equal amounts high ball and short problems from 10 ft to just over 20.Just past chapel boulder.

Lots of good moderate lines.

The Chapel, Kings and Extinction boulders are all within 1 KM walk. It is possible to do all in one day. In the area, Kings, chapel and extinction probably 40-50+ problems.

Getting There 

Around 500m west of the highway exit for the park is a small dirt road. Park on the side of the highway and walk along the road. The boulder is off of the right side of the road before you reach the pond on the left.

Climbing Season

For the Newfoundland area.

Weather station 170.0 miles from here

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