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Tulip Falls

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Summary

How often can you climb beside a waterfall?

Description

Beautiful crag in near Syringa Provincial Park at Tulip Falls. A few of the climbs are right beside the waterfall, and a second wall in the woods just off the main trail.

More detailed topo can be found here http://squamishclimbingmagazine.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/TULIP-FALLS-CRAG.pdf

Access issues

Some of the climbs are at a popular tourist destination, be prepared to have spectators at busy times.

Approach

Drive: Take the Robson Rd exit off highway 3A, then turn right on Broadwater Rd. Continue for ~17.5 km then head right onto the forest road. Continue for 4km then park in the clearing just after the bridge.

Falls Wall: Walk down the hiking trail along the river bank to the waterfall.

Tulip Wall: Walk down the main trail for about 50m (1 min), then take the trail left for another 2 minutes to the wall.

Ethic inherited from West Kootenays

Be mindful of wildlife, especially in more remote areas.

Routes

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Area directly around waterfall.

Just left of the waterfall

FA: A Rollin & J Monger, 2018

Start from the belay bolt on the ledge on the other side of the creek. Climb straight up then slightly left to the top.

FA: A Rollin & J Monger, 2018

Climb right through two fixed draws then continue up the face on the right.

FA: J Monger & A Rollin, 2018

Large vertical wall west of the creek.

Mixed

FA: J Croston, 2016

FA: K Robine, 2013

FA: J Hall, C Swetland & K Robine, 2011

FA: K Robine & J Brown, 2014

Mixed

FA: V Hempsall

FA: V Hempsall, 2012

FA: C Swetland & A Kristiansen, 2011

FA: V Hempsall, 2012

FA: J Hall, 2012

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