Any ice climber will tell you that Goddfrey is abound with long, hard route possibilities. Only 5 minutes south of the city, developed routes lie between Ice Stud to the south and White Lightening to the north. These cliffs are on Aboriginal Land. Maintaining a low profile and respecting their rights as land owners will ensure this beautiful area remains open. To get there, head to the Mt. McKay Lookout but once past the gate turn immediately left onto a dirt road. At the end of the road there is a small clearing with 3 pine trees. On the city side, a trail marked in blue flagging tape takes you to Iron Curtain and South Buttress areas. South Buttress having amazing views from the top, is undeveloped. The other cliff is further up the road which becomes a trail. To get to the top continue along the trail until you get to a huge boulder, turn right off the trail and scramble up the talus slope to the left. Blue flagging tape and an old rope lead you to the top. Beware that some routes are more than a full-length rope.