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A rare and unique outcrop of sandstone near the small town of Pass Lake east of Thunder Bay.
Some good routes of all grades up to 20m in height. Climbing is mostly on edges, in cracks and through roofs of varying size. Most routes require some gear, but there are full sport routes as well.
Access issues inherited from Thunder Bay
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