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Small granite crag in the Laurentians with a very short (1-3 minute) approach.


This is a smallish crag easily approached from the road, ranging in height from 10-25m. It offers a variety of trad and sport routes

Cliff-top access is generally doable, though may be tricky to figure out, for setting up top-ropes.

(As of spring 2011) a topo (in French) is available from: or from

Access issues

The site is on public land managed by the municipality of Lac Superior (not the great lake) and the Fédération québécoise de la montagne et de l’escalade (FQME).

You should be a member of FQME to climb at this site.


Google map link for parking:,-74.425464&num=1&sll=49.356499,-74.015209&sspn=8.600199,1.118575&ie=UTF8&ll=46.168805,-74.425721&spn=0.020923,0.038409&z=15

Park there, walk a minute or so west along the road, then up the obvious access trail to the cliff. Approach time 2-3 minutes.


Clean-up after yourself. Stick-clipping is expected especially on some of the tougher sport routes and they were bolted with this in mind. Don't belay off existing fixed gear. No new development of routes without authorisation of the FQME. Projects will be marked with red tape, don't climb projects.


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