Thursday, December 23, 2010

Bay of Fundy Ice


Most of my first season of ice climbing was spent among the amazing ice formations on the Bay of Fundy. A recent post by Raphael Slawinski about climbing in Minnesota had me reminiscing about the easy approaches and weird wind sculpted formations.





Image from Raphael's Blog
http://raphaelslawinski.blogspot.com/2010/02/michigan-ice.html




3 Comments:

At 12/23/2010 12:06:00 PM , Blogger sigob said...

A few nice pictures of some of the local climbs I started on back in 94.

http://novascotiaclimb.tripod.com/Ice_climbing.html

I still regret not being able to get up the big pillar at Cape D'Or

 
At 1/02/2011 09:35:00 PM , Blogger Graham said...

Hey,

Thanks for linking to my blog. The Bay of Fundy has some sick ice lines but its just one part of the New Brunswick ice climbing scene. There's a tonne of great ice areas here. Hope you get a chance to sample them sometime.
Cheers,

Graham

 
At 1/02/2011 10:05:00 PM , Blogger sigob said...

There were a tonne of good routes up by Cape D'or that I still think about. It was a shame I didn't take up ice climbing earlier while I still lived in Halifax.

 

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