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Table of contents
- 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.
|3||Triple J Day||V0|
Sit down start low and right on good jug for left hand then up features to mantel top out. Beautiful!!
Start on features to the right of the leftmost crack with the tree in it. Traverse right along the polished horizontal crack until you reach the next vertical crack.
Climb Carmel and continue traversing right to the end of the wall. At the righthand side, traverse along the lower of the two horizontal cracks
|V0||Triple J Day||1.2. The Missing Boulders|
|V0+||Crack||1.1. Alfa Boulders|
|Shake Up||1.2. The Missing Boulders|
|V1||Quick Tick||1.2. The Missing Boulders|
|Chimney Dyno||1.3. The Traverse Wall|
|V2||Carmel||1.3. The Traverse Wall|
|V3||Goo Traverse||1.3. The Traverse Wall|
|V5||Prime Time||3m||1.2. The Missing Boulders|