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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown, Trad and Sport
Long/Lat: -123.140335, 49.710522
- 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.
Piece of Pie
FA: Randy Atkinson, John Howe
FA: Jim Campbell, Jon Rollins
FA: Robin Barley
Unknown, Trad and Sport
4 bolts in 25 meter is after retro bolting! super fun
Long/Lat: -123.141184, 49.708072
Short cliff with cpl interesting climbs, just past easter Island
on the trail just past easter Island
- Descent Notes:
Rap or walk off
Runestone Pinnacle Left
Flake of separated boulder to crack on top of main cliff climb left side of boulder/flake
Runestne Pinnacle Right
Fun chimney/ of-width/corner to crack high up
|2||Don't Believe the Hype||5.11a||18m|
Long/Lat: -123.140590, 49.709800
Unknown and Trad
FA: Jim Campbell, Gord Menzies
FA: Jeff Thompson, Glenn Payan
FA: John Rollins, Jim Campbell
FA: J & M Coope, C. Doig, J. Campbell, Peter Croft
Out To Lunge
FA: Jim Campbell, J. Rollins
FA: Drew Brayshaw (solo)
Small over hang roof
Small over hang roof on the other side of previous route
|7||Easy Does It||5.10c|
|9||Up From Despair||5.10c||15m|