The most visited area at Beauport due to the number of quality routes and easy access.
From the car park, follow the cliff path South until you reach a bench at the tip of the headland. Break from the path here and scramble down further to the South and the crag should become visible on the left. Continue down left, under and around a tree until you reach a platform area just before the gully which is the usual meetup point.
The adjectival grade. This gives an overall picture of the route including how well protected it is, how sustained and an indication of the level of difficulty of the whole route.
The technical grade. This refers to the difficulty of the hardest single move, or short section, on a route.
The quality grade. In order to highlight the better quality climbs on the Island, a system of starring has been used, with the higher quality routes thought to be of some significance nationally.
The short blank wall, left of the first significant crack, provides a problem start and leads to the crack and an easier finish.
775. Hailstone Crack (15m) S 5a ***
A short rightward facing corner leads to a prominent wide crack. Passing a bulge at half height provides the crux.
776. The Arête (15m) HVS 5a *
Start up main right facing corner. Place protection then move left on edges to the arête proper and continue up the flakes above.