This small area has five short but reasonably good climbs. Four are bolted (5.9 to 5.11c/d) and the one 5.6 has good gear. While certainly not a destination, it's a good overflow for when Neat and Cool or Penny Lane are packed.
Continue past Neat and Cool and turn left up the trail towards Pixie Corner, this crag is on the steep wall to the right, shortly after turning up towards Pixie Corner.
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Forty-Two 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b International : Canada : ... : Lunch Break Wall
A fun route with two good thinking cruxes. An initial slab takes you to a good side-pull flake which leads to a ledge that heads left. When the ledge ends, head up the undulating slab to the top.This sort of footwork intensive route isn't your typical sport route which makes it a worthwhile tick for someone looking to round out their skill set....[more] Browse More Classics in International
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