Amphithéatre Mostly sport climbing110 routes in area
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Access issues inherited from Kamouraska
This crag is privatly owned but operated by the SEBKA. Access to the crag is allowed via the property/farm owner by utilizing the indicated trail at the parking lot. As for any crag around the world, please respect his property in order to maintain access is to this jewel of a crag.
Parking passes are available at the SEBKA information center.
People who wish to climb need to pay a fee at the SEBKA. Day passes are on sale for 7$ and annual passes for 30$. This last option also gives you access to "La Montagne d'Argent" in the Laurentians.
Ethic inherited from Kamouraska
As for the vast majority of crags, this one is owned privatly by a local farmer and exploited by the SEBKA. Do your part, respect his property.
Smoking at the crag is considered bad karma.
Dogs are not allowed access.
Nice and varied, a couple of really nice moves down low. The birch tree in the picture is now gone.
An old route? Looks dirty. Grade please!
Another old route? Missing anchors?
Crag classic. Up the beautiful white face.
Never done anymore. Missing anchors?
Crag classic. Up the slab with holes to a tricky move near the top.
A new easy route.
A short pumpy route on the big block detached from the main wall.
Crag classic with medium to long line-ups on weekends.
Another classic... very busy on weekends. No crazy hard moves but hard to do the whole thing without resting!
First sport route starting on the left side of the brain rock.
Funky rock. Don't spend too much time looking for the good holds: lots of em but no real good ones.