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- Provincial Nature Reserve
Type of Climbing
- Tolerated as a non-conforming use of the park. Highly sensitive area. Strive for minimal impact and low profile. All fixed protection to be camouflaged. Parking along south side of road is permitted. Do not disturb the cottagers. Approach via Bruce Trail entrance.
Good mix of sport and trad, starting at higher grades mostly 5.10 and above. Some routes have anchors. Some routes start from ground, others from hanging belay. Approach is from top; rap in. Extremely complex the first visit.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Cape Croker/Indian Ladder
Catalan Quarry/West Rocks
Halfway Log Dump (BPNP)
Harrison Park North
Harrison Park South
Owen Sound Bluffs
Open: Area allows climbing. Enjoy responsibly.
Open With Guidelines: Area allows climbing, with restrictions. Learn, practice and share the guidelines. Buy permit if applicable.
Tolerated: Climbing access not formally permitted, but informally accepted. Tread lightly.
Closed: Climbing not permitted in this area at this time.
Unknown: If you know about access to this area, please share with us.