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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 is the first obvious route at the papoose.

P1 - 5.10b, 30m. Follow the left leaning crack and then go up under the bolt to a belay

P2 - 5.10c, 28m. Follow the hand crack up to the overlap, make a slabby face traverse (crux, 1 bolt) to the crack on the left. Climb up the crack to the belay.

P3 - 5.10b, 30m. Awkward flaring crack with bad fingerlocks (bolted) up to an awesome belay ledge with a tree (a few bolts, or climb the offwidth straight up). Don't stop here - go back left and up an easy 5m to a bolted belay.

Walk off climbers left or rappel off.

1 5.8
2 5.10a
3 5.9
4 5.6
5 5.9
1 5.10b
2 5.8
3 5.10a
4 5.9
5 5.6
6 5.9
1 5.11c
2 5.11b
3 5.10a
1 5.10b
2 5.10b
3 5.10a
1 5.10b
2 5.10b
3 5.9

Climbs Mercury Vapour for p1, then a long bolted traverse to the L past two belay stations to the base of the corner for p2. p3 up the corner to chains. p4 up the short crack, clip two bolts and traverse 5m further L to easier ground before heading up R to the final anchors. Can be rapped with a single 60.

1 5.9
2 5.7


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