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Altitude 446m a.s.l
This east facing crag located just east of the Sea Gull river offers some fun short climbs. Bushes and trees block access to the rock at some points but the goes close enoghe to the rock at some points to offer some interesting routs. There is plenty of stuff at the top to allow you to make safe obvious ancours. Over gardening is advised as most people who come to the area do so for the natural beauty. This are is also covered by the North Shore no chalk ethic
From Grande Marais drive down the Gunflint trail until the road ends, at this point there is plently of parking at the trails end camp ground. There is no approach by land for this crag so a canoe is recomenned. There is access to the water from several points around the camp ground at the other side of the stream and lakes that provide a 20 minute paddle to the crag. While paddling be on the look out for rock just below the surface that you could get stuck on. At the southen point of the crag there is a gap in the bushes around shallow water where you can disembark.
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