• Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 33

Access: 2021 Sept 20, Rock Closures due to Rock Fall at The Chief

As of September 20th 2021, the following areas are closed due to recent rockfalls on The Chief:

North Walls:

  • Lower Zodiac Wall (between Parallel Universe and Angel's Crest, inclusively)

  • Upper Zodiac Wall (Between Lunar Tides and Polaris, inclusively)

  • Bouldering areas: Dark side

Most (but not all) of THE GRAND WALL area is closed.

Please see Squamish Access Society (@squamishaccesssociety IG) for more details and for updates

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Created 7 months ago




"Neverland is a beautiful outcropping of quality stone nestled in a small clearing surrounded by lush, green forest with large sword ferns. Being one of Squamish's closest sport climbing crags and having virtually no approach (30 secs. from the parking), Neverland is an excellent spot for a quick session or for a longer day of bolt clipping. The rock is an unusually featured granite with scoops and bulges that have cracks and seams running through them, as well as some interesting pockets. The routes range from 5.9 to 12+ with varied styles. The crag faces west and has shade in the morning and afternoon/evening. - Jack Fieldhouse


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.


Neverland is located off the east end of the Olympic Legacy Park parking lot, which is on the left just before the corner at the end of Raven Drive . Sometimes the parking lot gate is locked to avoid theft and vandalism in the park. If so, there are a couple of pullouts on the corner at the end of Raven Drive. You can park here but must pull in far enough to allow a truck and horse trailer to loop around. Walk back a short way along the road to a small trail crossing a ditch on the right that leads you to the parking lot, then through to the crag.

Respect the neighbours by not parking in front of their homes and by keeping the volume down at the crag. Please stay on the paths, off the ferns and clean up after yourselves. If you bring a dog, please don’t let it dig up the base, keep it on leash if there are other climbers at the crag, and pick up after it.There is no camping in this zone.


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Developed by Jack Fieldhouse


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