Weir Rock climbing53 routes in crag
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Large wall(for the Laurentians), short approach, south-facing.
The massif of the Weir is one of the most impressive in the Laurentians. It has long, technical routes and a short approach.
Height is about 90-100m, and unlike most other cliffs of this size in the area, mostly vertical to overhanging.
Approximate location of road-side parking (Google maps): http://maps.google.com/maps?q=45.946534,-74.533677&num=1&t=h&sll=45.965807,-74.617217&sspn=0.015513,0.032015&ie=UTF8&ll=45.946435,-74.534533&spn=0.005073,0.009645&z=17
The cliff is to the east of the road, north of the satellite dishes.
The land is owned by Teleglobe Canada (now Tata Communications?), please do nothing that might cause them to remove permission to climb.
The climbing is managed/insured by the FQME (http://www.fqme.qc.ca), you should be a member to climb here.
Hiking trails should be obvious. Watch out for poison ivy!
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