Very shaded and secluded area, for one, it is in Canada. Two, it is distant from the main roadway. There is a good chance of sunlight keeping the area dry/sunny/etc.
Due to the location, the climbs in this area probably aren't too busy with other climbers.
There are some bolts to accommodate both trad and sport routes. Unsure as to how many sport routes are available. There are lots of possibilities for Sport/TR/Trad for both rock and ice climbing.
A nice deal of ice for the winter climbers and quite a bit of rock to choose from. There are crags, flakes, aretes, shelfs and roofs to choose from.
Along Mile 38 road, about 5-6 km from 17 there is a small lake and behind the lake is a small mountain that has a variety of climbs (both rock and ice). Winter approach is easier to follow - just walk along the shore of the lake and through the woods towards the wall.
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