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Table of contents

1. North Apron 20 routes in Area

Unknown and Trad
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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Calculus Crack Direct

Direct start for Calculus Crack so you don't have to start in the trees on the first two pitches of St. vitus Dance.

5.9 Trad 2
2 *** Calculus Crack 5.8 Trad 150m
3 ** Start From Scratch 5.10c Trad
4 * South Arete 5.8 Unknown 150m
5 *** St. Vitus' Dance 5.9 Trad 150m
6 * St Vitus' Dance Direct Start 5.10a Trad 22m
7 ** Vector 5.9 Unknown 150m
8 ** Baseline Direct 5.10c Unknown 80m
9 * Whirling Dervish 5.11d Unknown 73m 2
10 ** Whirlwind 5.10d Unknown
11 * Dessert Dyke 5.10a Unknown 30m
12 * Form 5.10d Unknown 35m
13 ** Karen's Math 5.10a Trad 20m
14 ** The Black Streaker 5.11a Unknown
15 ** That Dog Don't Hunt 5.11a Unknown
16 ** The Climbers Must Be Crazy (2pa) 5.10c Unknown
17 ** Evergreen State 5.11c Unknown 220m
18 ** Voodoo Armour 5.12a Unknown
19 ** No Saints Left 5.11b Unknown 80m
20 ** Diamond Back 5.10b Unknown

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.8 *** Calculus Crack Trad 150m
* South Arete Unknown 150m
5.9 *** Calculus Crack Direct Trad 2
*** St. Vitus' Dance Trad 150m
** Vector Unknown 150m
5.10a * Dessert Dyke Unknown 30m
** Karen's Math Trad 20m
* St Vitus' Dance Direct Start Trad 22m
5.10b ** Diamond Back Unknown
5.10c ** Baseline Direct Unknown 80m
** Start From Scratch Trad
** The Climbers Must Be Crazy (2pa) Unknown
5.10d * Form Unknown 35m
** Whirlwind Unknown
5.11a ** That Dog Don't Hunt Unknown
** The Black Streaker Unknown
5.11b ** No Saints Left Unknown 80m
5.11c ** Evergreen State Unknown 220m
5.11d * Whirling Dervish Unknown 73m 2
5.12a ** Voodoo Armour Unknown