Devil's Rock, or Devils Rock, is a granite escarpment, located 5 kilometers (3 mi) south of Haileybury, Ontario, Canada. It is dated to be 2,200 million years old and it has a face of 600 feet (180 m) rising 300 feet (91 m) above Lake Temiskaming. People have been rock climbing Devil's Rock in recent years. There are five tunnels in the cliff's face that were made from rock blasting between 1907 and 1912. It is a local treasured area of beauty with hiking trails, and is often depicted in local art.
Heading North out of North Bay on Highway 11 drive until you hit highway 11B (this will take a bit of time probably 2 hours) and head east. Follow it north until the town of Cobalt and look for highway 567. Either park at Burke park campground and follow the trail south along the lake until you hit the cliff or look for a logging road just past the campground. Park at the entrance and follow it to the top of the cliff.
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