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Northern Quebec’s Far-Off, Monster Ice

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Canada is an ice climbers playground. People often think of the Canadian Rockies when picturing 250-metre, WI6 routes, but as Jasmin Fauteux discovered years ago, northern Quebec has some of the biggest, wildest ice in Canada.


Something always brings me back to my first stomping grounds. Despites moving to the Rockies over five years ago, mainly for the climbing, I find myself craving the untracked monsters Quebec has to offer. At first I felt like I had unfinished business there, but as times goes on, I realized it’s just the quality of the climbing that keeps on bringing me back.


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Photo Credit: Capteur de Reve WI5+ 220 m / Photo: Jasmin Fauteux
Source: Gripped.com
Submitted by:  Courtney Ley /  NEice.com


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