New Brunswick Opens Rock Climbing with Covid Rules


The following article was published in Gripped on 27 April. It concerns the Province of New Brunswick, Canada.

Social distancing and staying safe while crag climbing during a pandemic

On April 24, 2020, the Province of New Brunswick introduced a four-phase recovery plan to COVID-19. In doing so, the Province has relaxed some of the restrictions in place. This is good news because we have received word from Range Control that CFB Gagetown land has been reopened to Ascent NB members. Effective immediately all Welsford climbing areas are now open including Cochrane Lane, Sunnyside, Bald Peak and Mount Douglas.

The full article can be viewed here.

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