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Park at Minnewanka Lake. Follow the trail around the lake until you reach the bridge crossing Cascade River. After the bridge, take an immediate left and follow the trail for about 20 minutes until you reach a drainage. Follow the dry riverbed up for about 50 m and you will reach the first wall (Rainbow wall).


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Start ontop of the small dirt hill. Fun sidepull climbing to a neat little crux around the last bolt

Work your way up a right facing corner to a small tricky bulge on excellent rock. Continue up to anchors just right of a right facing corner.

Balancey moves and crimps lead to the crux over the bulge.

This fun route has fantastic holds, great movement and outstanding stone. To start, traverse in from the ledge up on the ledge. Back clip the first bolt.

FA: Chris Miller

Set by Chris Miller, 2004

Direct start to Holiday In Cambodia. Flood washed away 2m's so it has a high first bolt now. Adds a grade with a harder start

Great climbing on edges and sidepull a leads to steepish climbing on a overhanging arête. Classic

FA: John Martin

Great boulder problem start to interesting corner climbing to top. This is the powerful looking line to the left of Carnal Prayer Mat or Open Projext number 12 in the Bow Valley sport.

FA: Evan Hau, 2013

Launch into a series of small overlaps. Tough for the grade but an absolute classic.

FA: Peter Arbic, 2003

A tough low percentage throw right off the ground leads to easier but still tricky climbing into a v shaped notch. Navigate around some bird crap to reach the base of the roof. Take a couple of deep breaths before powering through a hard to read roof sequence.

FA: Peter Arbic, 2003

Climb through a scoop and onto a vertical face. Trend left to anchors under the big Roof.

FA: Todd Guyn, 2008


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