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Submitted By: K Ice on Sep 15, 2008
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BETA PHOTO: Big Rock from the South

Description 

Big Rock is a Quartzite Glacial erratic which originated from a landslide in the Tonquin Valley of Jasper National Park and was transported by a glacier to its current location.


Getting There 

This area is situated between the towns of Okotoks and Black Diamond on Hwy 7. Public parking is available at the turn off.


15 Total Routes


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Mr. T

Mr. T V5 6C  North America : Canada : ... : East Boulder
Starting on the far left on the North side of the East rock. Start low and traverse from left to right, staying low. Finish with the blocky arret. Feet are huge, hands are terrible. Much harder for shorter people, but still worth the effort....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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