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Access issues inherited from Niagara Glen

To boulder at the Niagara Glen, a permit is required. Permits can be purchased at the Niagara Glen Nature Center (3050 Niagara Parkway) or at the Butterfly Conservatory (2565 Niagara Parkway). They cost $20 and require a signed waiver. Bouldering pemits also include an annual parking pass. Note that some boulders are currently closed due to environmental impact concerns. For more information on permits, trails and which boulders are open/closed see http://www.niagaraparksnature.com/things-to-do/bouldering.html

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SDS under the overhang and head up.

Located on the same boulder as Left Arete - climb the right side of the rock moving up the corner.

SDS under the large roof and head straight up

Start as Achiles Heels but head right on slopers after the second jug

The problem is located in the northern area of Land of Oz (West) on the yellow trail. Follow the left arete of the boulder without using big holds.

Located on the River Path (blue trail) in a group of boulders about a hundred meters before the River Path and Woodland Path (yellow trail) meet.

Start with two large huecos and climb the face of the boulder. Located on the River Path (blue trail) in a group of boulders about a hundred meters before the River Path and Woodland Path (yellow trail) meet.

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