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At the headwaters of Doctor Creek, is a small sub-alpine basin containing several granite crags.


Some spectacular mixed (mostly bolted) multi-pitch climbs on granite. Some limited single pitch sport climbs.

Access issues

You will need a quad to get in on the rugged approach road, or be prepared to hike 10km. A free-to-use cabin at a beautiful recreation site with lots of firewood will be your reward.


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Where to stay

Free cabin at recreation site.


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Grade Route

Located on the SW facing wall of the main feature (Beautiful Crag) : Doctor Creek. Approximate start co-ordinates: 50.01307, -116.16472

P1 : Interesting slab & mantles, 5.9 but a bit run-out where it is easy. Use a ¾” cam in a slot above the first bolt

P2 : Go right up easy blocks onto the nice bolted 5.8 slab above, follow to a station below a corner.

P3 : clip a bolt to the right of a corner & fly up. A thoughtful slab above, move left below a steep wall, 10c crux up a steep short step to horizontal cracks, 1-1/2" cam & a bolt & mantle to the ledge

P4 : Left up immaculate slab 5.8 super-fun!

P5 : Right up the face & corner, don't hesitate on the 10c corner or you're toast. Top-out left at a station on a ledge The route is mostly bolted, but take a few cams (3/4" & 1-1/2") & some small/medium nuts for added protection.

Plan on starting the climb about 2:00 pm, the route is in the shade before then, but is sun-bathed in the afternoon and into the evening.

Decent by rappelling the route with a single 60m rope. All stations have rings.


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