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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.


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This short, intense route follows bolts up a small crag about 15 meters left of Breathe

FA: Jack Fieldhouse, Adrian & Gabe Geue, 2002

Follow along the giant arch to a tricky roof. Finish with a slab climb.

FFA: Jack Fieldhouse, 1998

FA: Glenn Payan & Jeff Thomson, 1998

Start at the X-shaped flake and follow bolts past thin moves to a corner. Up the corner and then back right tpo the chains.

FFA: Jeff Thomson, 1998

FA: Glenn Payan, 1998

Moderate face climbing with a tricky first couple of moves. Varied and interesting climb.

FA: glenn payan & jeff thomson

Start right of Zoe. Climb the dihedral four meters and then branch left to the face. Finish through some slanting ledges to the chains.

FA: Chris Small & Kevin Henshaw, 2012

Large easy slab on the right

FA: Jeff Thomson, Jeremy Bluthel & Adrian Powell, 2008

Begin with Staples of the Gluten Intolerant but continue straight up the corner to some small roofs. Finish with some face climbing and slanted ledges.

FA: Chris Small & Kevin Henshaw


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