Robbie&amp;amp;amp;#8217;s Rock is a small rounded slab set amongst the trees on a rib overlooking the Trans-Canada Highway. It is easily seen from the Mount Norquay interchange (looking east) a short&amp;amp;#10;distance above the highway. The slab was formed by glacial action and then weathered into&amp;amp;#10;a rough, monolithic exposure of perfect limestone. Although the climbs are only 20 m long&amp;amp;#10;and very limited in scope, the cliff is well worth a visit for beginner climbing in a safe and&amp;amp;#10;scenic environment. The expansive views and short approach are spoilt somewhat by highway&amp;amp;#10;noise and tick-invested approach trails (in Spring) but the rock is pristine and currently&amp;amp;#10;shows no signs of polishing. The cliff was first explored by Rob Mitchell and Rene Boisselle in&amp;amp;#10;1977 who climbed the central route and top-roped the others. Kelly MacLeod retro-bolted&amp;amp;#10;the routes for lead climbing in 2004 and Chas Yonge added the diagonal route in 2008. All&amp;amp;#10;climbs on the main slab are now fully equipped sport routes.