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Table of contents

1. Pearl 13 routes in Cliff

Mostly Top Rope

Long/Lat: -88.629220, 48.704955


A small road-cut cliff along highway 11/17.

Access Issues: inherited from Thunder Bay

Varies from crag to crag.



1.1. Pearl 1 11 routes in Sector

Mostly Top Rope

Main area.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Slab Dancing 5.9 Top rope 18m
2 Smoothy 5.10 Top rope 18m
3 ** Dan Loves Brigitte 5.9 Top rope 18m
4 Joey's Route 5.8 Top rope 18m
5 Randy's Route 5.7 Top rope 18m
6 Shaun's Route 5.8 Top rope 18m
7 Ed's Route 5.8 Top rope 18m
8 Honk If You Love Climbers 5.8 Top rope 18m
9 Cars & Trucks Are Annoying 5.5 Top rope 15m
10 Paul's Route 5.7 Top rope 15m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
11 ** Across the Universe

Start low on the left of the boulder and traverse to the right and then mantle up.

FA: Tyler McNabb, Todd Free, 1997

V3 Boulder 2m

1.2. Pearl 2 2 routes in Sector

Top Rope and Trad

Long/Lat: -88.620774, 48.710028


About 900m farther east-bound, and south of the highway is a large cliff behind trees -- bushwhack to this. Lots of development potential, too.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Roadside Attraction 5.10+ Top rope 22m
2 Old Bolt Route 5.8 Trad 20m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
5.5 Cars & Trucks Are Annoying Top rope 15m 1.1. Pearl 1
5.7 Paul's Route Top rope 15m 1.1. Pearl 1
Randy's Route Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
5.8 Ed's Route Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
Honk If You Love Climbers Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
Joey's Route Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
Shaun's Route Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
Old Bolt Route Trad 20m 1.2. Pearl 2
5.9 ** Dan Loves Brigitte Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
Slab Dancing Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
5.10 Smoothy Top rope 18m 1.1. Pearl 1
5.10+ Roadside Attraction Top rope 22m 1.2. Pearl 2
V3 ** Across the Universe Boulder 2m 1.1. Pearl 1