Lauretta Slabs-- 21km east of the Eastern Access Rd in Revelstoke.
Located in the Revelstoke National Park, Lauretta Slabs is the oldest rock climbing area in Revelstoke. This 170 meter high cliff faces south and has an outstanding view across the deep forested valley and to the high alpine of the North Albert Peak.
From the base there are two routes leading in two pitches each to a large ledge. From that ledge a great variety of climbs are available. The routes to the left (west) and in the middle of the face above the ledge offer more friction climbing, where the routes to the right contain more technical face climbing.
One single 70 meter rope should do it for all rappels. Some of the routes are set up with 30 meters rappels. From the other routes with longer rappels, it is easy to reach the routes with shorter rappels.
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