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Long/Lat: -123.120722, 49.694895
A smaller face north of the Chief.
- 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.
As of June, 2008 this peak was renamed Slhanay (pronounced Slarnay) as "The Squaw" was considered a derogatory racist and sexist term.
|1||Birds of Prey||5.10b||180m|
Frayed Ends Of Sanity
Original route follows arete to ledge at .11a.
Heart of Darkness continues to top, after .11a pitch at .12c.
|5.11a to 5.12c||7|
|4||Check Mate||5.10d A0||5140m|
The largest corner on the cliff, visible from anywhere in Squamish. Starts up Birds of Prey, stepping right to the base of the corner at 55m. Pitch 3 can be split in two with chains at 25m if needed.
|5.10c to 5.10d||5, 4150m|
The Great Game
FA: robin barley, bruce macdonald
|7||Skyline Arete||5.10d A0||3|
|8||Realm Of Fantasy||5.11b A0||7|
|9||Godforsaken Land||5.10c to 5.10d A0||9180m|
|10||The Right Exit||5.11c|
The Great Drain
Starts up corner crack to right of bolted start of Godforsaken Land. Alternate finish goes at 10c by heading up and left across slab on fourth pitch to join The Great Game.
The roof crack 10m to the right of The Great Drain
The roof crack 10m right of The Great Drain
|13||Games Idiots Play||5.10d A0||7|
Heart of Darkness
This route continues up the arete after the last pitch of Frayed Ends of Sanity (.11a).
|5.10b||Birds of Prey||180m|
|The Great Drain||5, 4160m|
|5.10c to 5.10d||Right Wing||5, 4150m|
|5.10c to 5.10d A0||Godforsaken Land||9180m|
|The Great Game||220m|
|5.10d A0||Check Mate||5140m|
|Games Idiots Play||7|
|5.11b A0||Realm Of Fantasy||7|
|5.11c||The Right Exit|
|5.11a to 5.12c||Frayed Ends Of Sanity||7|
|5.12c||Heart of Darkness|