Ontario climbers Nathan Kutcher and Rebecca Lewis have climbed new mixed routes on the Bay of Fundy, which is between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Kutcher and Lewis spent a few days climbing new single-pitch mixed routes along the coastline. Click on the clip below to watch the tide rise on their new routes.

“There are four new routes going from M8 to M10+,” said Lewis. “With a ton of potential for other developers who want the adventure of establishing routes on the coastline with the highest tides in the world.” Two of their new routes include Trogdor M9 and Teen Girl Squad M8. Visit More details to come about the climbs.

First ascent of my new route on the Bay of Fundy by Halls Harbour, Nova Scotia. Tides and weather have finally come together for us to get out and send. . The route is called "Teen Gril Squad" and goes at about M8. It's technical, but still a little scrappy. Mostly drytooling, but it has a bit of ice and turf sticks for the top out. . #drytooling #mixedclimbing #iceclimbing #rockclimbing #climbing_pictures_of_instagram #climbing_is_my_passion #girlswhoclimb #womenwhoclimb #climblikeagirl #outdoorwomen #fitchicks #bayoffundy #hightide #tidal #lowtide #seaside #ocean #beach #novascotia #canadasoceanplayground #minasbasin #fruitboots #canadarocks #roadtrip #vanlife #firstascent #womenwholead @asolospa @rab.equipment @grippedmagazine

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