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Vancouver
Dennet Lake Bluffs

a remote crag with some good practice trad routes and easy sport climbs

Vancouver Dennet Lake Bluffs
5.4 The Gardener
5.4 The Wee Little Beastie

Climb the clear inset corner on the far left side of the crag.

5.6 Triangles

Follow a clear crack line that starts from 'The Wee Little Beastie' and trends right. near the top, you can go straight up or continue along the crack rightwards to an anchor.

5.7 Terrafirma

Start on the right side of a large arete with a lone bolt in it. Use stemmy moves past the large boulder and follow the crack to the very top.

5.8 Terraformer
5.7 The Arborist

Follow the straight crackline at the far left where the large horizontal split in the rock starts.

5.7 SAR left
5.7 SAR Right

Start on the right side of the overhanging boulder and trend rightwards. Finish on the outside facing arete to the top.

5.4 Arboreal Balance

Climb a large slot into a cave. Climb along the right edge of the arete to finish at the top.

5.10c SARchasm

Climb up into a large cave and then over the overhang into a crevice between two boulders.

5.10a The Cleft

Climb up and into a overhanging finger crack between two overhanging boulders.

Vancouver
Tower of Power

Short technical face climbs. Most routes need to be rappelled into, and some have hanging belays.

Vancouver Tower of Power
5.10d Souled Out

Route has vanished under a ton of moss

5.11c Squib Cakes

Fun moves on small holds

5.11b Soul Vaccination

Short finger crack, that leads to some face moves

5.10c Boys from the Bay

Face climbing

5.12b Open Project

Face Climbing. Hanging belay. May have been climbed already

5.8 You Can't Fall Up

Up dirty crack, needs a clean and dry.

5.11c Funk the Dumb Stuff

Up dirty crack, needs a clean and dry. First move off the ground is 5.11c. The rest is 5.8

Vancouver
Sully's Hangout

Super close to the City and you get a bit of a workout getting there

Vancouver Sully's Hangout
5.8 Leftovers

Low angle slab on the far left

5.9 Your Other Left

Fun, featured slab, probably a bit easy for 5.9

5.9 Lefty

Featured slabby start, steepening towards the anchors

5.9 A Bunch of BS

Blocky features lead to a ledge which turn into a bunch of sidepulls (Warning as of 05/20,the fourth bolt is missing on this climb)

5.6 The Beginner

The easiest line here, but still fun

5.9 The Rookie

The mossy line on the mossy wall

5.7 Beginner's Luck

Directly to the right of "The Beginner". An easy slab climb into really nice holds.

5.9 Little LuLu

Great climbing right next to 3M. There is some moss on the wall, but everything you need to climb it is clean.

5.10a 3M

5.8 to the chains at halfway, with a few 10a moves immediately after. Good warmup climb.

5.11a Lubo

Great fun. Starts next to 3M, moving right towards a corner, then follows the bolts up some nice, long face moves and a steep slab finish.

5.11b Constant Gardener

The next climb right of Lubo. Climb towards the same corner as for Lubo, continuing up the arete and to the anchors.

Transmission

Project

5.13b Antisocial Media

ACCESS ALERT! Authorities representing the LSCR have decided not to permit rock climbing in the area. Nor will they be responsible for, or manage, the Sully’s Hangout climbing area which lies within its borders. However, at this time LSCR personnel will not specifically prevent persons from climbing within the LSCR. Any person who chooses to rock climb within the LSCR does so absolutely at their own risk. Keeping the Sully’s Hangout climbing area open to climbers will require that climbers obey LSCR rules at all times while present in the LSCR and that they respect without question the wishes of LSCR personnel and/or any signs posted regarding climbing in the LSCR or at the climbing area. If approached by park rangers, be friendly and polite. Stay on the trail and within the platform areas at the base of the crag. Always use “leave-no-trace” wilderness ethics. Leash your dog (or better yet leave it at home), pack out your trash, and keep the climbing area clean and tidy. This is all very important—we need to keep our impact to a minimum. Also, the area is still being developed. If there is a red tape on the first bolt, the route is a project and is off limits. Please don’t interfere with fixed ropes and gear. IMPORTANT! Note that the main gates at both major access points are CLOSED and LOCKED in the evening at clearly posted times. You MUST be out before the gates are locked or you will be shut in. Any attempt to tamper with or defeat the gates will result in a POLICE CALL. Either get out of the gated area before closing, or use an alternate, non-gated access point. Do not, for any reason whatsoever, attempt to circumvent the gate closure—you could get the crag permanently closed to climbing!

5.10d Speed Dial #8

Scramble up the mossy pedestal, then up on pinches and jugs. Cruxy finish.

5.10c Shake your lettuce

ACCESS ALERT! Authorities representing the LSCR have decided not to permit rock climbing in the area. Nor will they be responsible for, or manage, the Sully’s Hangout climbing area which lies within its borders. However, at this time LSCR personnel will not specifically prevent persons from climbing within the LSCR. Any person who chooses to rock climb within the LSCR does so absolutely at their own risk. Keeping the Sully’s Hangout climbing area open to climbers will require that climbers obey LSCR rules at all times while present in the LSCR and that they respect without question the wishes of LSCR personnel and/or any signs posted regarding climbing in the LSCR or at the climbing area. If approached by park rangers, be friendly and polite. Stay on the trail and within the platform areas at the base of the crag. Always use “leave-no-trace” wilderness ethics. Leash your dog (or better yet leave it at home), pack out your trash, and keep the climbing area clean and tidy. This is all very important—we need to keep our impact to a minimum. Also, the area is still being developed. If there is a red tape on the first bolt, the route is a project and is off limits. Please don’t interfere with fixed ropes and gear. IMPORTANT! Note that the main gates at both major access points are CLOSED and LOCKED in the evening at clearly posted times. You MUST be out before the gates are locked or you will be shut in. Any attempt to tamper with or defeat the gates will result in a POLICE CALL. Either get out of the gated area before closing, or use an alternate, non-gated access point. Do not, for any reason whatsoever, attempt to circumvent the gate closure—you could get the crag permanently closed to climbing!

5.11d Serene

Longest route at the cliff. 11c if you move left for a rest near the top, or 12a direct.

5.11c Special K

Climb the crack to the 4th bolt, then technical climbing to a cruxy finish.

5.11d Hindu Two Routes Variation

Starts 1 metre right of Special K to join Hindu Two Routes at the 3rd bolt.

5.11b Hindu Two Routes

Pumpy. Start 2m right of Special K.

5.11a My One Muscle

Up broken rock to the crack, past an overlap and into the large crack after the 3rd bolt

5.11b Get Bent!

Hard start with cruxes near the roof, and another near the top

5.11b Wingman

Up the arete. The first climb reached on the approach.

5.12a Back Door Party

To the right of the Wingman arete, to the same anchors.

5.9 Moss Pit

ACCESS ALERT! Authorities representing the LSCR have decided not to permit rock climbing in the area. Nor will they be responsible for, or manage, the Sully’s Hangout climbing area which lies within its borders. However, at this time LSCR personnel will not specifically prevent persons from climbing within the LSCR. Any person who chooses to rock climb within the LSCR does so absolutely at their own risk. Keeping the Sully’s Hangout climbing area open to climbers will require that climbers obey LSCR rules at all times while present in the LSCR and that they respect without question the wishes of LSCR personnel and/or any signs posted regarding climbing in the LSCR or at the climbing area. If approached by park rangers, be friendly and polite. Stay on the trail and within the platform areas at the base of the crag. Always use “leave-no-trace” wilderness ethics. Leash your dog (or better yet leave it at home), pack out your trash, and keep the climbing area clean and tidy. This is all very important—we need to keep our impact to a minimum. Also, the area is still being developed. If there is a red tape on the first bolt, the route is a project and is off limits. Please don’t interfere with fixed ropes and gear. IMPORTANT! Note that the main gates at both major access points are CLOSED and LOCKED in the evening at clearly posted times. You MUST be out before the gates are locked or you will be shut in. Any attempt to tamper with or defeat the gates will result in a POLICE CALL. Either get out of the gated area before closing, or use an alternate, non-gated access point. Do not, for any reason whatsoever, attempt to circumvent the gate closure—you could get the crag permanently closed to climbing!

5.10b Dynamic Duo

The bolted crack about 12m right of Wingman

5.10d French Connection

Starts up Dynamic Duo, moving right onto Trekking to India at the 3rd or 5th bolt. Much better value if done at the 3rd.

5.11c Trekking to India

Up the steep face just right of the Dymanic Duo arete and crack. Eases off after gaining the slab, with a tricky move to the bolts.

5.12b In the Bubble

The steep, crimpy face right of Trekking to India.

Vancouver
Greenwood Park

Old disused quarry

Vancouver Greenwood Park
Moody Wall

Long wall that runs parallel with the track. Problems from left to right.

Vancouver Greenwood Park Moody Wall
V0 Pop Culture
V1 Gastropod
V0- Walk in the Park
V0 Hash Pipe
V3 High School Dropout
V1 Detention
V4 Left Cheek
V2 Right Cheek
V0 Deadbeat Dudes
V1 Stoner Chicks
V0 Fast Times at Sutherland High
V2 In the Ghetto
V2 Hoodlums
V2 Ghetto Booty
Vancouver Greenwood Park
Greenwood Wall

75m East of Moody Wall

Vancouver Greenwood Park Greenwood Wall
V0 Penguins to Fly
V2 Camp Crimp
V1 Cracker Jack
V1 Cracker Jack Traverse
V2 Muffin Top

Short athletic route found on top of Greenwood Wall starting on low jug

Vancouver Greenwood Park
Reservoir Wall?

Small wall with graffiti. Descent by jumping back down onto pad.

Vancouver Greenwood Park Reservoir Wall?
V3 Route 1

Sit Start on two underclings. Make a big move to high ledge. Optional left hand sloping sidepull and tiny right handers may assist.

V0- Route 2

Start right hand on flake and left hand on undercling.

V2 Route 3

Sit Start with right hand on flake. Straight up wall on small crimps near top. Descent via route 2.

Vancouver Greenwood Park
Graffiti Wall

Wall with Graffiti

Vancouver Greenwood Park Graffiti Wall
V1 Room with a View
V2 Mario Bros
V0 Super Mario Sunshine
V3 PlayStation
V2 Blast Radius
Vancouver Greenwood Park
God's Chair

Main Quarry - Lots of glass litters the bottom of the wall.

Vancouver
Crown Mountain

Located behind Grouse Mountain, about 2 hours walk from the top of the gondola.

Vancouver Crown Mountain
The Camel

A cliff found 150m north of the summit of Crown Mountain, easily seen from downtown Vancouver the cliff is shaped like a camel, with a neck and hind quarters.

Vancouver Crown Mountain The Camel
5.9 The Head
5.9 Camel Cracks

Look for the twin cracks at the neck of the camel. Follow the perfect right-hand hand crack up to the neck. Alternatively climb the offwidth on the left.

5.9 The Hunk
5.6 Hind Leg Route
5.2 Regular route

Behind hindquarters

Vancouver Crown Mountain
Class 4 Crater Rim
Class 4 Crater Couloir
5.9 The Barrier

Arete left of Widowmaker. Leads to the base of the Camel

5.9 Widowmaker's Arete

Scramble up to a comfortable height 10-15m to the left of the major arete, roping up when scrambling gets harder. (p1) Climb up cracks at about 5.8 for 25m. (p2-4) Mostly 3rd class scrambling on slabby ground to gain the ridge, which is then traversed to the first headwall (p5-6) Either climb the headwall direct up the large flake and good cracks, or push through scrubby ground to a sling belay at 20m, with the option of linking into the next pitch, moving R and up to climb past small trees with possible belays. 5.7-5.9. (p7-8) 3rd class along the ridge to the final headwall. (p9) Multiple options up the final headwall, the most common being a narrow chimney with chocks around the corner to the right. Poor protection. 5.8. (p10) Traverse left to reach a short fist to hand crack on the face, with a crux move giving way to ramps with loose rock. Up easier ground to the top. Rap off the far side and escape to the Crown Mountain hiking trail.

5.9 The Pink Thing
Vancouver
Capilano Canyon
Vancouver Capilano Canyon
5.11a The Capilano Classic

Start at large ledge after rapping in off trees.

First pitch: unclimbable at present, overgrown and loose. Second pitch: up a fingery sequence the traverses slightly right then up to belay. 10c Third pitch: traverse horizontally climbers left past bolts (balancey), move up past undercling (crux) to a small ledge. Blast up thin crack (small gear) to top of pitch on a ledge. Money pitch! 11a Fourth pitch: traverse left and then up wide twin cracks (medium gear), very dirty and dusty. Pull on roots and plants to gain the top. Potentially the most demanding pitch. 10b

5.11c Hydro Power.
Vancouver
Cypress Mountain

A bouldering crag just a short walk from the Cypress Bowl road.

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