Monthly Archives: July 2016


Cape Croker Is Open For Climbing

Since its inception as a Park in 1967 by the Department of Lands and Forests (now the Ministry of Natural Resources) under the Parks Assistance Act, it has been operated by the Chippewas of Nawash Band who recognized its potential for on-Reserve employment and the intrinsic beauty for future generations. As one of the few climbing areas that has on-site camping, showers, and a store, it has been a favourite pre- or post-stop for many climbers on their way to Lion’s Head National Park or Half Way Log Dump. Since the cliff is just a short hike from the road and offers both numbered trad and sport routes, many have enjoyed its rugged beauty, lack of crowds, and amenities such as paddle boarding and kayak rentals, and easy access to international level mountain biking trails in Purple Valley. Read more


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