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Description

One of the best new roadside additions to Squamish in recent years. Disgustingly short approach with rock which climbs like a mini Top Shelf. Split-tuh.

Slightly overhanging (and often burly) cracks tucked away in a shadeful forest in the Garibaldi Highlands. Drive to the end of Perth Drive and then walk 50m down the trail into the forest.

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.

Routes

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Left facing corner to a roof, move left into alcove, then back right to finish up finger and hand crack.

Up the left-facing corner to a roof, past alcove then either finish up the thin corner above or the finger and hand crack out right.

FA: N Elson, K Benevides & J McConnell

The area's money splitter.

Burly fingers to ringlocks through a bulge. Some say .11d

Steep hand and finger crack just left of Crossroads.

Burly.

FA: J McConnell

Up corner then step R through overlaps.

Left-arching crack. Tape on start.

Up arete on block to reach steep hand and finger crack.

Jagged rock to hand crack

Starts up Mouth of Madness, moving right on seams to join 3 Amigos

Start as for Mouth of Madness then step R through linking seams.

FA: T Emmett

Start up right-facing corner on far right of crag, stepping left onto the arete and thin finger crack. Harder than it looks.

Up R-facing corner, step left onto arete.

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