This is the most southern climbing area in Revelstoke, located a few km south of Cranberry Lake on Highway 23 South. The history of this beautiful crag started already in the mid nineties when Dean Flick has built the first route on the most southerly cliff. However, it was not until 2010 when the two Williams brothers and true Revelstoke locals Ryan and Nic have put their heart into this area. With their endless energy and enthusiasm they have built trails, scrubbed the rock and established this amazing new climbing area.
How To Get There
From the turnoff of the Trans Canada Highway onto Highway 23 South, west of Revelstoke, drive along Highway 23 South for 35.9 km, or 12.7 km south of the Blanket Creek Bridge.
At km 35.9 you will find a large, to the left leading turn with two pull-out at the left side of the road. Park your car on the second (southerly) pull-out.
Follow the well-established trail at the south-east corner of this pull-out, leading through the most beautiful forest and past a wide creek to the base of the crag, 12 minutes from the parking lot
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