Skip to Content


RSS FeedClick on "Routes" to subscribe to a RSS feed of all new routes added to this category. Click on "Ascents" for a RSS feed of all new ascents recorded in this category. Routes | Ascents

About Overview:

This is a good quality limestone bluff up to 30m high. Mostly sport routes ranging from 5-8 to 5-12+. Some of the routes have been recently seen re-bolting to reduce run-outs and to up-grade hardware. There are approximately 25 climbs on the main wall. There is a trail (belayer’s left) to the top of the bluff, which can be used to set-up top ropes, please use caution as some of the anchors are exposed. The wall gets sun in the afternoon, so the best climbing is in the morning or evenings when it is hot. The backside of the area is mostly undeveloped; however it is of varying quality and up to 100m high. There is a landing that you can camp in, or a more hidden camping location can be located by following the trail off the far end of the landing. The “Central BC Rock” guidebook is somewhat accurate for this area, does not include new bolt locations though. More information is available at Red Shred’s in Williams Lake.
Approach: Hop out of your car - You're there!
Approach Time:
Latitude, Longitude:
Access Issues:
Rock Type:
Type of Climbing:
Sun Aspect: