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Gomar Falls 


Type:  Trad, Ice, 2 pitches, 260'
Consensus: WI3 [details]
FA: Probably Shaun Parent?
Season: Winter
Page Views: 528
Submitted By: Bill Rusk on Feb 20, 2012

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Approaching Gomar from the creek.


The fattest piece of ice in Orient Bay. Pretty straight forward once you reach the base. Pick your line and shoot. There are rap stations all along the edges and at least one at the very top.


SNOWSHOES ARE REQUIRED! Approach will take 30 min to 1 hr depending on if you are breaking trail. To get to this route park at the pump station, cross the road and follow the power cuts straight into the woods. You will be following the cliff line for a while and a flagged trail will appear. The trail will lead you onto a creek (watch it I almost fell through). At this point Gomar will be standing above you and will get bigger and bigger the closer you get. To see this route from the road, pass the pump station, look back to your right. It is on the north facing cliff and is impossible to miss.



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By Christian Fraser
From: Duluth, Minnesota
Jan 17, 2015

Dear Mr. Rusk,

Canada misses you. Come back soon.
Christian, Zach,Zach,Nick
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