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Long/Lat: -123.146823, 49.842436
Moderate sport climbing area -- fantastic view of the Tantalus Range.
- Access Issues: inherited from Squamish
There are occasional crags that are on private land (and closed) -- but generally climbing is well accepted and welcomed at the various crags and areas around Squamish.
Driving north from Squamish, park at the northbound Tantalus viewpoint on Highway 99 (the first right after Brohm Lake). The approach trail is just across the 99 from the parking area; the crag is about 10-15 minutes along the trail.
|2||Kung Fu Fighting||5.9||22m|
|4||What I Did On My Summer Holiday||5.10b||1024m,|
|1||I Might Possibly Consider That||5.9||721m,|
|3||I'm Not Against It||5.8||926m,|
|4||Nuts and Raisins||5.7||926m,|
|5||Nuts and Bolts||5.6||1026m,|
Blue du Jour
Climb the striking arete.
The slabby face just downhill from Blue de Jour (Preview Wall)
|5||Seek and Enjoy||5.10d||26m|
|5||Spice of Life||5.10c||24m|
|1||I Climb in Peace||5.8||726m,|
|2||Myster of the Marbles||5.10b||824m,|
|3||You Look Marbelous||5.10d||824m,|
Shares first three bolts with Attachment Issues, then keep left.
Has an optional extension above the anchor, giving: 45m, 13 bolts.
Shares first 3 bolts with Attachment Theory, then keep right. Easy going until the angle kicks up near the finish.
Suspension of Disbelief
An extension (2nd pitch) of Buddabingbuddaboom.
Starts on a platform with a ring-bolt for belayer. First bolt is around the arete, reach around from the platform before clipping.
When the bolt line splits, stay left.
Start up Promenade, but follow the right-hand line of bolts up 5.10a climbing to an anchor, or continue on for a 5.10b finish above.
Lower-off to the upper platform works fine on a 70m rope; may be ok on a 60m rope from the early anchor.
|3||The Climb Warp||5.11b||1235m,|
High start in the gulley, with ring bolt for belayer.
Climb gently past some large detached blocks into harder climbing in the 2nd half.
After a steep start, climb over a bulge on good holds then up face, crack, and corner above.