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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.

Routes

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1 5.10c
2 5.10d
3 5.12c
4 5.13b
5 5.10c
6 5.12a
7 5.9
1 5.10a 35m
2 5.10c 40m
3 5.10b 45m
4 5.10b 27m
1 5.11d
2 5.11d
3 5.12b
4 5.10d
5 5.11b
1 5.10b
2 5.10a
3 5.7
4 5.8
5 5.9
6 5.12a/b
7 5.10b
8 5.13a
9 5.13b
10 5.11a
11 5.10a
12 5.10c
13 5.11a
14 5.11a
15 5.10d
16 5.10b

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1 5.12a
2 5.12a
3 5.11c
4 5.11a
5 5.10d
6 5.11b
7 5.10d
8 5.11c
1 5.12a
2 5.12a
3 5.12d
4 5.11a
5 5.10d
6 5.12a
7 5.10d
8 5.11c

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