Previously know as Cedar Mountain Park. You are able to hike down to the bottom of the cliffs (about 300 feet). The trail leads up to the cliff top at the north end. The view from the cliff top is beautiful, at about 2,500 feet. This area is very popular for climbing & bouldering.
Head south from downtown on Pandosy Street, which changes names to Lakeshore Road. Stay straight at the fork on to Chute Lake Road. Once on the gravel road, go about 7 km and watch for an old dirt road on the right. Take this road to an old sawmill site and park. About 1/2 km after you cross the creek past the old cabin, cliffs will come into view on your left.