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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.
Slab Alley and Pineapple Peel are accessed by hiking southward along the Apron Connector trail. When it curves close to Highway 99, watch carefully for an "Apron Connector" sign and a left-hand branch that heads uphill through brush to boulders. (a second trail enters the brush about 50m beyond, eventually joining the first trail). Continue up through the boulders for a few minutes, and look for a left-hand branch that goes into the brush (very faint) Follow this for about 50 metres, then ascend a slab that goes under and past wooden power poles and a treed ramp to reach the start of the climbs.
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