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.
This area is situated between the towns of Okotoks and Black Diamond on Hwy 7. Public parking is available at the turn off.
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Sit start at corner with right hand on good edge and left hand in crimp rail. Crux is in the first moves as you go up the arret to the big rail about 10 feet up. Traverse rail right to good edge and finish on easy but heady slopers....[more] Browse More Classics in International