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Table of contents

1. Krack Rock 9 routes in Cliff

All Trad

Small crag near the parking.

Be careful with the Squamish Select guide book (2012 edition, at least), because the picture is only of the right half of the crag, which is not at all clear at first.

Access Issues: inherited from Smoke Bluffs

Some cliffs are on private land, and closed. Others are close to private homes -- please keep the noise level down near homes, and do not anchor off fences, hydro towers, or anything else that is similar.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents

Lots of climbs left of this that are not described or pictured in the 2002 edition of Squamish Select. This is not clear from the guide or photo itself. (Nor route listing and topo photo herein, as it was taken from a similar vantage point.)

1 (unknown name)

Climb the clean-looking left-leaning crack left of Fairy Ring. The crack angles across above the break in the face the creates a bit of a roof.

5.8 Trad 25m
2 Fairy Ring

Climb the hand-sized to wider crack near the center of the cliff.

FA: Dave Jones

5.6 Trad 20m
3 Turkey Dinner

FA: J and L Kokotailo

5.7 Trad 20m
4 Lonely Thunder

FA: Eric Clemson

5.9 Trad 20m
5 Koko Crack

FA: J & L Kokotailo

5.10a Trad 20m
6 Popsickle

A crack diagonally up and left; the last distinct crack line left of the mixture of broken cracks in dark rock that is Pieces of Eight.

5.7 Trad 18m
7 Pieces of Eight Left

The dark streak on the right side of the wall with a bunch of nearby and broken cracks up it can be climbed in a multitude of ways at varying degrees of difficulty.

FA: D Jones, S Sheffield

5.7 Trad 15m
8 Pieces of Eight Right

The right end of the Pieces of Eight section has some harder lines.

FA: D Jones, S Sheffield

5.10c Trad 15m
9 Hornet's Delight

FA: D Jones, S Sheffield

5.10b Trad 10m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.6 Fairy Ring Trad 20m
5.7 Pieces of Eight Left Trad 15m
Popsickle Trad 18m
Turkey Dinner Trad 20m
5.8 (unknown name) Trad 25m
5.9 Lonely Thunder Trad 20m
5.10a Koko Crack Trad 20m
5.10b Hornet's Delight Trad 10m
5.10c Pieces of Eight Right Trad 15m