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Summary

Jasper's oldest and most diverse climbing area. Located close to the magnificent Roche Miette tower This magnificent spot has many moderate multi-pitch routes as well as some harder sport climbs. The rock is slabby limestone

Access issues inherited from Jasper National Park

Jasper is a National Park, park fees must be paid.

*All Canadian national parks are free for 2017

Approach

From Hinton. Drive West on Hwy. 16 for 40km into Jasper National Park. Continue past the Pocahontas Bungalows. In a few minutes the imposing face of Roche Miette is on your left and the speed limit drops to 70km per hour. You will see a pullout on your left with an outhouse.The parking area has a pond at each end.

From Jasper. Drive North-East Hwy. 16 towards Hinton for 36 km. You will enter a 70 km/h wildlife zone and a large pullout on your right with an outhouse. The parking area has a pond at each end.

The trail starts on the far end of the pullout away from the outhouse. Skirt around a pond and head up a steep hill and follow the obvious trail up and left towards the cliffs. Depending on fitness you can get to the first set of bolted routes in a half hour of hiking

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