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Summary

In the highlands above Gonzales Creek Wall is a collection of crags. These are the Gonzales Heights!

Description

On the left is Above it All with the 4-pitch Watch it Burn (10c). To the right is Isengard, a group of steep walls hidden in the forest.

Topos and descriptions by David Brayden.

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.

Approach

  • Driving from Squamish: Drive South. Go 2.8km past Shannon Falls, passing a chain-up area. Stop at the next pullout (a lookout point) to turn around on the highway. Drive North 1.5km, pass the overpriced Squamish sign and park at a pullout with an interpretive sign and a trash can.

  • Driving from Vancouver: Park 2.6 km North of Murrin Park, at a pullout with an interpretive sign and a trash can.

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