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Access issues inherited from Welsford

This crag is primarily on land that is part of Canadian Forces Base Gagetown. They tolerate climbing when they are not conducting exercises in the area, but climbers are required to call or check-in before climbing. Ascent NB manages this access agreement.


Once you are on Colchrane lane, follow the road till you can see the very last farm (it has three large warehouse like structures on its land). Before the farm there is some sort of excavated pit and a yellow sign warning about something military related. The simplest route up to the crag seems to start from the left side of the pit and head along the forest (probably part of the farm land) and then into the forest. there's a somewhat clear path up to a map (now faded) and directions to specific crags.


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