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Access issues inherited from Horne Lake

Do not camp in the climbing parking lot. It is private property and illegal camping jeopardizes access for all. There is camping down the road at the Horne Lake Regional Park, or a multitude of other discrete spots to park for the night.

If the parking lot is full, or you can't get your car up the rutted out path to the parking lot, do not park on the road. Park at the camp ground and walk up. Horne Lake road is an active logging road and parking on the road jeopardizes access for all.

Please also respect the fire closures which sometimes take place in July and August. Check the status of the access on the strata website ( before visiting during these months.


From the car park head straight up an old road for 50m, there will be a path on the right if you follow going straight up will take you straight to the amphitheater.



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The furthest left route in the amphitheater. The route trends leftwards above the Century Wall. Watch for loose rock near the top.

The second to last route on the left side of the cave. Start on the furthest left ledge by the tree stump above Quarter Century Girl. The route trends slightly left before continue straight up a tufa. Originally ended one bolt earlier, the anchors were moved after a block came loose.

Extension to Code of Honour

Climb Smooth Bore/Motivation to the left edge of the big rest hole shared with Dino. Continue straight up and finish as for Dinosaur Highway. Rope drag is a factor.

Climb Divine Swine into Dinosaur Highway

Climbs through the first crux of pushers then heads left into a rest before a long sustained boulder problem.

The left hand route off the ledge just above the lip of the amphitheater.

A link up of "Jesus Save the Pushers" (13a) and "ADATO". Climb the first 2 bolts of the "Jesus Save the Pushers" extension then continue rightwards into "ADATO" just above the double kneebar rest. Continue for the remainder of "ADATO".

A link up of "Jesus Save the Pushers" (13a) and "ADATO" (14b). Climb "ADATO" until the double kneebar rest, then bust left into "Jesus Save the Pushers" continue for the remainder of "Jesus Save the Pushers".

As for ADATO but head right from the double knee bar rest

Shares the first 3 bolts with Globetrotters. At the roof take the left line of bolts out the roof.

Two routes left of You Enjoy Myself. Up slightly overhanging wall to anchors in roof using sidepulls midway. Fixed draws

Immediately left of You Enjoy Myself. Starts up slabby rock and into steep corner. Continue up to anchors in roof, beside a stalactite. Fixed draws.

One of two extensions to You Enjoy Myself (11a), shares the first bolt with Moment of Silence, (13c) which continues rightwards. Fast Cat moves leftwards and joins Globetrotters at the lip of the cave, then finish for Globe.

One of two extensions to You Enjoy Myself (11a), shares the first bolt with Fast Cat, (13c) which continues leftward to join Globetrotters. Moment of Silence bypass the second draw in the roof and instead you clip the draw out right. Then continue to a bouldery crux at the lip of the roof.

Start on Subdivisions for 5 bolts. Where Subdivisions cuts hard right, clip a bolt out left and follow the lip of the Amphitheatre up left past a reachy crux. Clip another bolt straight up then pull the lip to a good stance. One more tricky face sequence gets you to the anchor.

Start on Subdivisions for 5 bolts. Where Subdivisions cuts hard right, clip a bolt out left and follow the lip of the Amphitheatre up left past a reachy crux. Keep following the lip up and left to join Moment of Silence at the last bolt. Finish on the Moment of Silence anchor.

Start up Silence in Suburbia, downclimb the crux of Moment of Silence into the Fast Cat traverse, climb the traverse into the anchors of Globetrotters

Shares the first two bolts with Moonraker then continues leftwards out the steep roof. After pulling the lip it is possible to cut right back into the top of Moonraker (original finish), however the line continues straight up for two more bolts before finishing at the Mookraker anchor.

Also known as "Pasta Blaster". This is the extension to Moonraker. A 70m rope is required to lower, otherwise lower down to the Moonraker anchor and re-lower form there.

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Author(s): Rich Wheater

Date: 2015

ISBN: 978-0-9877796-5-6

With 300 routes, 600 boulder problems and a handful of fine alpine objectives, Vancouver Rock Climbing provides comprehensive coverage of the diverse climbing scene around Vancouver, Canada.

  • Provides detailed coverage of Howe Sound, Caulfeild Sea Cliffs, Cypress Falls Park, Cypress Mountain, Grouse Mountain, Lynn Valley and Deep Cove
  • Includes full-color images and maps, descriptions of conditions and approach notes for each climbing area
  • Each climb description tells you what gear to use, how many bolts there are, a difficulty rating, the pitch length and where to start and end

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