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Red Rock: Pet Wall

3 cliffs (one largish, two smallish) and a boulder field out in the woods near Pembroke, Ontario.

There is easily enough rock to double the number of routes here!

Pet Boulders

A small field of good-sized boulders with a number of cleaned problems on them.

Pet Boulders
Conan

Giant boulder. First block you come across on the approach.

Pet Boulders Conan
V4 I'll Be Back

Traverse lip all the way to the top.

V5 I'll Be Back - Low Start

Start in cave. Move to and fire to the lip and finish I'll Be Back.

V4 A Nurse's Dream

Start on left side on undercling in the black rock and a crimp. Fire to the top.

Pump You Up!

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

Project

Start on low crimps. Move up and left in the black and top out.

V3 It's Not A Tumor

Follow obvious rack from left to right and up. Throw for the jug and topout.

V4 It Is A Tumor

Start on small crimps and link into It's Not A Tumor.

V2 Who's your Daddy & What Does He DO!

Start on far right and make moved left and up.

V4 The Bastard File

Start as Not a Tumor move right and head up.

V2 Conan The Destroyer

Backside of Boulder (side you first see on approach)

Start on low hold in middle of the the face. Up and right on rails to the lip and top out.

V3 Conan The Barbarian

Backside of Boulder (side you first see on approach)

Left of destroyer start on sidepull and move left along lip to corner and topout.

These Goggles Do nothing

Cave/Roof

Pet Boulders
Ram

Looks like a ram, found behind you if facing I'll Be Back on Conan.

Pet Boulders Ram
V5 Ram

Start on undercling. Up and left on slopers.

Popeye

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V2 Bluto

Between popeye and problem 2. Sit start on thin holds.

Problem 2

Right of popeye

Pet Boulders
Titan

Up and right of the Ram. Looks like a tall T-Pee.

Pet Boulders Titan
V0 The Naked Edge

Follow left side to top.

V1 The Edmond Fitzgerald

Start as Fat Boy. Sidepull to Naked Edge.

V8 Fat Boy On A Smartie

Start far left on sidepull. Move right on horizontal seam and up.

V1 Pocket Stick

Up the senter of slab. Crimp at chest hight.

V3 Lip De Friken DA
  • On opposite side *

Traverse left to right on overhanging face. Fire to lip and go.

V5 LefTolo
  • On opposite side *

Start on right side of arete and move up then to left aete.

V1 Razor burn

Opposite side, 1/3rd along from LefTolo. Start with two crimps at chest height, then up.

Pet Boulders
Maximus

Found to your left if facing the Ram. Small roof about head high.

Pet Boulders Maximus
V8 Brutus

Start on small arete under roof. Out to an edge and then left. Topout high right side.

V7 Sparticus

Start as Brutus. Head right and up.

V2 Small Town Hot

Start right of Brutus on a low hold. Move up and left on quartzite.

V4 Bird is the Word

Sit start right of Bird House on the good left hand sidepull and the bad right hand sidepull. Go up and join Bird House.

V0 Bird House

Directly across from Ram. Start on low rail. Move up and left to the top.

V3 Gorillas in the Mist

Sit Start on rail as per Bird House. Head right, around the corner and keep going. Top out at far right.

Digger

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

Pet Boulders
Cave

Low, small, cave directly behind the Ram.

Pet Boulders Cave
V4 Rin Tin Tin

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

Roof Proj

Middle of roof.

Pet Boulders
Big Cave

Bigger cave near the Cave

Pet Boulders Big Cave
V2 Peregrine

Start under roof on crimps. Out to lip and follow seam.

V4 Falcon

Start on right side of rail. Head left and topout at earliest point!

Falconer

Start as Flacon but move to highest point of boulder.

Pet Boulders
Caapstone

First concentration area. Impressive upside down prow.

Pet Boulders Caapstone
V2 Shiva

Start under prow. Get inverted and get your hug on.

Pet Boulders
Ice Cave

Found behind the Titan toward the cliff.

Pet Boulders Ice Cave
V5 Cave Man

Start right hand side on a jug and head up.

Pet Boulders
Talus Field Boulders

Found behind the big Cave. Lots of lines under development. Poor information, much potential.

Pet Boulders Talus Field Boulders
V1 Q-Bert

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

Slider

Behind Big Cave

Andy's Problem

Found on slider.

V2 Fortune Cookie

Up and behind Slider. Start on good crimp.

Main Wall

Large upper wall with impressive roofs.

Main Wall
The Laboratory

The first section when you reach the wall -- generally to the right.

Routes listed RIGHT to LEFT.

Main Wall The Laboratory
5.10c Welcome to the Jungle

The first route seen as you approach the cliff from below -- look for bolts heading up from near the top of the approach trail.

The next four routes share a common start up a blocky buttress: Stick clip a bolt on the left side

The next four routes share a common start up a blocky buttress:

Stick clip a bolt on the left side of a blocky buttress, then up past a 2nd bolt to a large ledge about 20 feet off the ground.

5.5 The Mute

After the shared start, climb up and right into the large obvious corner.

Cleaned by Matt -- a major effort.

5.10c Cardiac Arrhythmia

A different finish to "Cardia Arete" - climb it until, near the top, it is possible to move right on towards another bolt. Clip and continue rightwards to a fixed station.

5.10b Cardiac Arete

Climb the common start, then clip a bolt on the face to the left, pull onto it over a roof, then up into an open corner to a bolt (clip long to reduce drag), right to a bolt on the face, then up the arete (either side, as needed) to finish through a crack above.

5.10b A Day Without Sunshine Is Lik,e Night

Follow Cardiac Arete up through the Open Corner (2nd bolt), but instead of moving right, continue directly up the corner, sling a tree, and keep going, exiting through the same crack as Cardiac Arete.

5.10d Ambiguous

Climb up the black slab to the roof, clip a bolt. Pull hard through the roof and to a nice rest. Continue on trending right and up till you meet the large roof. Follow along under the roof, trending left until you can bypass it. Shares an anchor with Calm Like a Bomb.

5.11b Calm Like a Bomb

Left of the big roof, middle route that starts on the blackened slab underneath a smaller/lower roof. Start on the ramp, clip a bolt off the ramp. Powerful moves on big holds down low to more technical climbing on smaller holds up high.

5.12- A Just War

Start left of Calm Like A Bomb. Climb the ramp, clip the directional and the first bolt on the roof, make a big reach to the V notch. Move up and right past the roof. Catch a rest, then climb the arete to another wild rest. Technical and sustained climbing near the top.

5.12b The Feather

The Longest route on the cliff. Climb a thin seam to a bolt and then continue weaving your way up. Continue to a hard cruxy section of the route that begins with a series of 3 bolts trending left. Clip these and at the third bolt make a hard move straight up. Make another two or three difficult moves and then finish on easier holds above.

The following three routes go up a short slab at the left end of the Laboratory. The left-most two

The following three routes go up a short slab at the left end of the Laboratory. The left-most two can be used to access The Asylum.

5.10a Wacko Tango

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

5.8 Set it on Fire

Work your way up the face at a crack.

5.9 Tech Quilla

Thin slab climbing left of "Set it on Fire"

Main Wall
The Asylum - Right

The Asylum is the left-section of the Main Cliff, starting up and left from the Laboratory.

Routes listed right to left.

Main Wall The Asylum - Right
5.10b Catch Me If IFly

Start above Set it on Fire, just right of the rappel anchor. Climb obvious crack to roof and though the break. Top anchor shared with The Recluse

5.10b The Recluse

Start just left of rappel anchor. Climb small left facing corner though overhang. Sustained.

5.12c Screaming Chewbaka

Start up and move right into crack and thin seam. Follow bolts up into and though roof. Sustained.

A 60m rope will (just) make it to the the bottom of the Laboratory at Tech Quilla from these anchors.

5.13a Jaberwaki

Shared start with Chewbaka. Head up toward chain draw. Head up passed two bolt station and finish at the end of Chewbaka.

5.12b Jedi Alternative

As Jaberwaki but move left onto arete after the chain draw.

Main Wall
The Asylum - Left

This is the left part of The Asylum.

Routes listed right to left.

Main Wall The Asylum - Left
Jabba The Slut

Up the Arete

5.13d Hard Line Cafe

Follow overhanging face up to roof. Power thought the roof to the anchor.

5.12b Hard Line Cafe Alt

Follow Hard Line to roof and exit right toward arete. Finish on Jabba.

5.12c Rebellion

Stick clip first and second bolt! Sustained climbing all the way though the notch in the roof.

5.11c Pitter Patter Let's Get Ar'er

Start in corner then move right onto thin seam and into a dish. Finish on Rebellion.

5.10c Read Between The Lines

Start as Pitter Patter. Approximately half way up move right into a dish and finish as or Pitter Patter.

5.10a Battle Star Galactica

Start on good holds up to the chain draw and up to the station on wild holds.

5.11d The Mellennium Flappin'

Climb Falcon but go straight up the overlap though under cling and long reach to a nice pocket. Pull over the blank section to the top.

5.10b The Millennium Falcon

Climb nice features though the low section to the 3rd bolt in the overlap and escape left to the arete and up to the top.

Main Wall
The West Wing

New addition left of Main Cliff

Main Wall The West Wing
5.10c Chuck-wylde

First route you will encounter after the waterfall. Slabby start into steep and generally juggy climbing up the slightly overhanging orange wall.

5.8 Vic wouldn't like this!

Middle route on the streaked black/white wall.

5.8 LRNA

Climber's left of the streaked black/white wall. Enjoyable face climbing through small roof.

Pit Stop Wall

Small wall hidden in the trees with a few short, but fun, bolted routes.

Pit Stop Wall
5.9 Pockets of Pleasure

Climb pockets up black rock at the left end of this little cliff.

5.10a Pop the Clutch

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

5.10b Drop the Hammer

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

5.10c Ain't First Your Last

Most of the cliff and approach is on crown land. Some of the climbing is on private land -- the owner (John Jeffrey) has, historically, been friendly. "He likes to talk." Please be courteous and friendly if you meet him -- likely running around on a 4-wheeler.

There are, also, usually active nesting Peregrine falcons on the left side of the main cliff (left of the waterfall) -- avoid this area during the spring and summer months.

5.10b (unkown)

Right-most route, name unkown.

The Playground

A smallish wall in the trees, but with a good variety of routes. There is potential for a number of new routs to climbers right of the developed area. These routes would be shortish and tending toward easier than most of the rest of the climbing here.

The Playground
5.9 Monkey Business

Bolted climb to the left of "Ethical Dilemna", climb past the wide horizontal break (crux) to some technical slab, then bigger holds and the anchors.

5.9 Ethical Dilemna

Climb the obvious crack system on the face left of the large right-facing open book up the middle of the cliff.

5.10c Namaste

Start up the small pillar right of "Ethical Dilemna" to a small overlap, then up the face above to anchors.

5.9 Handicap Exit

The left face of the corner has two bolted lines up it, this is the left-most of the two, following the right side of the arete, up past 4 bolts to easier ground.

5.10 Gorilla Warfare

Follow the right-trending bolt line to the anchor.

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