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Long House

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 1

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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Description

As Hazel Findlay put it: "The cracks aren’t like other cracks in Squamish; they are really steep and often wide, climbing more like the cracks of Yosemite than the Chief."

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

The Long House is about 10-15 minutes uphill from the Catalan Wall.

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Discovered in 2012 and developed by Josh Lavigne, Paul McSorely, Colin Moorhead, Lydia Marmot, Mandoline Masse-Clark, Hazel Findlay, and Charlie Long.

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The first cliff when you hike up.

This is the first section of the Upper Longhouse, also called the Main Longhouse Wall.

North facing bluff across the gulley.

FA: Hazel Findlay, Sep 2012

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