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Long/Lat: -123.200722, 49.641714
- 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.
Head 50m left just before going through the Quail's Gate, you will come to a pair of mossy cracks. This is the one on the left with a bolt to start
Report All Poachers
The crack 3m to the right of Entrance Exam.
Just before descending into the gully, turn south along the ridge for about 20m, going to the right side of the first small buttress. Climb the clean flake.
Necessary Dorsal Muscles
Turn south off the main trail at the start of the descent, and go for 10m before starting down the first small gully towards the top of Alex's Room. The bolted steep dyke in the gully.
Starts on jugs on arete, moving up and left and finishing up the easier dyke. Stay on left side of bolts.
Start up the crack 2m left of Keep the Faith, following the crack until stepping left to the bolt and arete just before the top.
A Maze of Grace
Up Keep the Faith for 5m, then traverse left around arete past a bolt to reach a juggy dyke
Keep the Faith
The crack just left of the corner.
Trad: short, bouldery, technical flake to very thin dihedral.
FA: Ryan Haeseley
Can do a direct start at 11a, or traverse in from the right for 10d
Just left of Famous Last Moves. Turns big roof on the right, then follows arete to anchors. Two cams for initial crack.
Famous Last Moves
Steep, open corner with a small roof up high. Two small-medium cams for initial crack.
|16||Fan the Flames||5.10c||18m|
|20||Heart in Flames||5.10c||15m|
A contender for the most aesthetic crack in Squamish.
|5.10a||Keep the Faith||10m|
|5.10b||A Maze of Grace||112m,|
|Fan the Flames||18m|
|Heart in Flames||15m|
|Necessary Dorsal Muscles||38m,|
|Report All Poachers||26m|
|5.11b||Famous Last Moves||724m,|