Nova Scotia Ice and Mixed

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  1. Nate

    Nate New Member

    Over a few trips to visit family, Rebecca Lewis and I have been exploring the cliffs along the south shore of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. The potential of that area for mixed climbing is quite large.

    This the article from two years ago and or initial development:

    https://ontarioclimbing.com/News/The-Bay-of-Fundy-Hardest-Mixed-Routes/

    This is article is from routes we climbed a few days ago:

    https://ontarioclimbing.com/News/Sp...1QhlvmSv_ynuxW4t6mgtA499QpGXJtPqm3NxM2oPP8sPo

    Link to Roger Fage's most current ice guide:

    https://sponsormeow.files.wordpress...-ns-sept-25th-black-and-white-color-cover.pdf
     
  2. neiceadmin

    neiceadmin Doug Millen Staff Member

    Thanks for the info Nate. I hope to get up there someday. Looks like fun climbing.
     
  3. Nate

    Nate New Member

    Thanks.

    There has also been a fair amount of development done by a few others on the North shore as well. The routes there are not quite as difficult but are up to 150m long. There is supposed to be a new guide book coming out at some point.
     
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