West of Hinton. The bluffs can be seen on the North side of the highway a few meters up the airport road. Park at the bluffs and hike up. If you have a jacked up vehicle, pass the bluffs, take a right onto a rough dirt road, and drive to the top. Not recommended when its wet because of a low spot that collects water, and a couple pretty steep sections.
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Posted By: Curtlee70
- Sat Jul 16 23:25:46 UTC 2016
UpsideQuick access, fixed stations at top, fairly solid rock (conglomerate) shot but steep, with roofs and bulges to climb over. One bolted route with a 2 foot roof to climb through (good protection) DownsideClose to highway, too compact for trad leading (mostly toprope) wear a helmet and some small rocks come down. CommentHad my two 10 year old boys here, they like it but found it more challenging than Morro slabs in Jasper Park.