Help

description

From the Rakkup guide: Located about 20m left of plate 90, or 5m left of the small cliff-face cedar.

Route history

There is no known route history.

Warnings

Location

Lat/Lon: 43.41145, -79.86158

Grade citation

5.11a Assigned grade
5.11a

ethic

  • Access to the Turtle Area is limited to individuals with proof of authorized access in the form of submission confirmation of the Release Agreement. Climbers should bring a copy of their Turtle reservation with them to the crag.
  • Access to the Turtle Area is permitted from 9:00 a.m. to dusk only. No person may access the Turtle Area outside these times.
  • Defecating in the Turtle Area is absolutely forbidden.
  • No music or excessive noise of any form, including but not limited to, instructions and/or encouragement, are permitted in the Turtle Area.
  • No dogs or any other pets are permitted into the Turtle Area.
  • No smoking is permitted in the Turtle Area.
  • No fires or burning of any material is permitted in the Turtle Area.
  • No drugs or alcoholic beverages are permitted into the Turtle Area.
  • No animals, plants, or any natural objects may be removed, defaced, harmed or destroyed in the Turtle Area.
  • No commercial activity, including but not limited to, guiding, may be carried on in the Turtle Area.
  • No new routes may be established without the written consent of the Land Owner.
  • Climbing or hiking climber’s left of the Turtle Area is not permitted.
inherited from The Turtle

Seasonality

J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
N
D

Seasonality

Quality

Mega Classic
Classic
Very Good
Good
Average
Don't Bother
Crap

Overall quality 52 from 7 ratings.

Difficulty - 5.11a

Soft Touch
Easy
Average
Hard
Sandbag

Based on 1 ratings.

Suggested Grade

5.11a

Based on 1 ratings.

Tick Types

Onsight 5
Flash 2
Red point 1

Comment keywords

rest hands

Selected Guidebooks more Hide

Author(s): Gus Alexandropoulos, Justin Dwyer

Date: 2016

ISBN: 9780995046610

A comprehensive guidebook to Southern Ontario’s famous climbing area, the Niagara Escarpment. This is the first complete guide to the region in almost 25 years. This volume covers the portion of the Escarpment north of Shelburne including the Beaver Valley area and the Bruce Peninsula. Includes an extensively researched history of climbing in the area, and detailed information on over 1000 rock-climbing routes.

Author(s): Gus Alexandropoulos, Justin Dwyer

Date: 2016

ISBN: 9780995046603

A comprehensive guidebook to Southern Ontario’s famous climbing area, The Niagara Escarpment. This is the first complete guide to the region in almost 25 years. This volume covers areas close to Toronto, including the popular Milton crags. Includes extensively researched history of climbing in the area, and detailed information on over 1,000 rock climbing routes.

Accommodations nearby more Hide

Share this

Fri 3 Mar
Check out what is happening in The Snapper.

Get a detailed insight with a timeline showing

  • Ticks by climbers like you
  • Discussions of the community
  • Updates to the index by our users
  • and many more things.

Login to see the timeline!

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 한국어 Português 中文