Rock climbing on Roadside Cliff Rock wall
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This cliff is conveniently located alongside the Trans-Canada Highway bypass just north of Kenora. More precisely, it is 4.2km east of the only stop light on the bypass, where P.R.#658, the road from Kenora to Redditt, intersects the bypass. At 200km from Winnipeg, Roadside is the closest major cliff to the city. * The cliff is on the north side of the highway and faces southeast. Access the top of the cliff via a path that starts at the highway, or follow a path along the bottom by down-climbing from the road. * Note that the cliff is on private land and bolts are not allowed; climbs that cannot otherwise be protected are top roped. * Routes are described from left to right when facing the cliff (closest to the road to farthest). * There are two exit routes (of sort): the Pine Tree Exit Route (PTER) is a right-trending ramp with three noticeable pine trees about 45m from the road; Charlotte's Exit Route (CER), not that easy at about 5.3, is a major right-trending line starting at the right end of a large face about 235m from the road.