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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.


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5.8 *** Diedre Trad 180m 6
5.10c The Passing Lane Unknown
5.10c ** White Lightning Unknown 140m
5.9 ** Sickle Unknown
5.9 Over the Rainbow Unknown 58m
5.9 * Sparrow Unknown
5.10b A Trolls Sonnet Sport 2 10

Optional trad gear at overlap. (0.3-0.5BD cams, medium wires)

5.9 ** Pineapple Peel Trad 210m 5

FA: Terry Rollerson & Frank Bauman, 1969

5.7 * Banana Peel Trad 220m

A generally easy and un-sustained, but sometimes run-out climb across and up the Apron.

  1. (5.4, 20-30m) Climb easy but unprotected slab to a horizontal break, then traverse right until a pair of birch trees.

  2. (5.easy, 30m) Continue right along the horizontal break, slightly up then curving back down until a stand of trees.

  3. (5.5 R, 15m) Stem up a tree, then step onto a slab. Friction up the unprotected slab to more trees.

  4. (5.7, 30m) Climb unprotected slab above the trees towards trending leftwards, then step right to a bolt. Pull a couple 5.7 moves past the bolt, then more unprotected slab left to a corner. Surmount the corner and bulge above, then traverse up and left to trees.

  5. (5.4, 15m) Move left to an obvious flake then up into a groove. Make a gear belay.

  6. (5.7, 30m) Pull up onto the slab right of the belay and angle up and right on un-protected slab to into a corner, follow this for a bit, then left and up to trees.

  7. (5.4 50m) Climb up into a water runnel; follow this and obvious crakes until you find a stance with small gear behind a flake and belay.

  8. (5.4 50m) Continue up the flake above past a detached piece of slab, then up the easier slab to the trees.

5.8 Slab Alley Trad 290m 6

The first route climbed on the apron. Run out with intriguing rock features known as "The Elephant Steps"


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