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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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No Name Road is an outstanding route with a bold feel to it due to some slightly runout sections and a high start with no pro. Start up the route where Even Steven and several other routes begin and traverse an easy ramp (5.7 or 5.8) right till the ramp ends and a bolt can be clipped on the right face. Continue straight up the face past a few more bolts and the crux to an intermediate rap anchor. Climb past this anchor to a big roof and make some gymnastic moves to the top. Clean the route down to the first anchor and then re-thread the rope to get down with one 60m. First Ascent: Perry Beckham, Tim Holwill March 1986

FFA: 1986

Climb the smooth wall left of the dirty corner. At the seventh bolt, move right to finish up a difficult, thin seam. Named after the unfortunate disappearance of a pet dog.

FA: Mike Styles & Ryan Von H, 2010

Climb Where Art Thou Romeo to seventh bolt. Move left and finish through a shattered alcove. Technical low down with a devious, committing crux at a midway roof.

FA: Harry Young & Jade Dumas, 2010

This route is characterised by a leftward traverse under a rounded breast-like bulge that leads to a burly finish. Named for the thin crack at the base of the bulge.

FA: Chris Small & Elaine Forsman, 2010

Climb Underwire to the roof then trend right through cleft to the anchors of Harry's Petting Zoo. A shorter version ends at the Underwire anchors.

FA: Chris Small & Elaine Forsman, 2010

Multiple technical cruxes surf through a series of bulges. Look for a tag at the first bolt and a huge detached flake betwixt the second and third. Bring long quickdraws.

FA: Chris Small, 2009

This route is a less-sustained version of Heavy Petting Action. Nice slopers in the lower section lead through blocky rock to a couple of spicy moves on a huge flake at the top.

FA: Chris Small, 2009


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