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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five or six precise technical moves. Finish by moving around the corner and back up. Direct finish is 11a

FA: Jack Fieldhouse, Adrian Geue & Gabe Geue, 2002

FA: Jack Fieldhouse, Adrian Geue & Gaba Geue, 2002

Follow the flake just right of Howe, It Goes. No bolts at the top

FA: Bob Milward & Joe Buszowski, 1983

Ramp, flake, stem, overhang corner, step out, lyback. everything in 12m

FA: Howie Richardson & Kevin McLane, 1978

FA: Perry Beckham & Dean Hart, 1982

FA: Bob Milward & Scott Young, 1983

Climb the corner crack right of Holiday in Cambodia. Anchor to the trees.

FA: Elizabeth Patterson & Michelle Black, 2006

FA: Larry Ostrander, 1988

FA: Harry Van Oort & Rachel McGhee, 1995

FA: Steve Townsend & Andrew Boyd, 2001

Climb the very obvious and large crack on the left side of the wall. Anchor is the same as The Mechanic.

Large wide corner. No anchor at the top.

FA: Les McDonald, 1965

FA: Kevin McLane & Joe Turley, 1986

Technical thin crack. No anchor at the top.

FA: Royal Robins & Jim Sinclair, 1971

FFA: Dave Lane, 1978

FA: Colin Moorhead, 2010

FA: Tim Holwill, 1985

Start up the ramp then move left onto the steep wall. Use positive holds to continue upwards. No anchor bolts at the top.

FA: John Coope & Karl Winter, 1962


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