Access issues inherited from Smoke Bluffs

Some cliffs are on private land, and closed. Others are close to private homes -- please keep the noise level down near homes, and do not anchor off fences, hydro towers, or anything else that is similar.



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Short climb above the climbs that start on Cat crack ledge. Hand crack to face with single bolt.

Hand crack to the right of Mr. B. Starts above the climbs originating from Cat crack ledge.

Off-width to the right of "On My Way to the Liquor Store".

Thin seam to the right of "Who Needs Apps?".

Groove and cracks to the right of "Pink Flamingo" on the lower wall.

This climb starts in the woods, below the ledge that Cat Crack (and others) climb from along the left side of the cliff.

Climb up the obvious wide dike with jugs, putting a cam (2") in the horizontal break then up the 3 bolts above.

Start up the same wide dike that Pink Flamingo climbs, but when the dyke splits, follow the wider section left; step left into a crack along the left side of the face and follow this crack and the dike up to the ledge.

An easier link-up that avoids the low crux of "Barefoot in China Town".

Start left of Pink Flamingo with a hard move down low, then jog left near the top.

On the lower wall, left of the gully, climb the short face past 5 bolts.

FA: Jim Campbell & Scott Young

FA: Kon Kraft, Jon Manuel & Debbie Schildt

FA: Ivan Christianson Rolf Rybak & Todd Guyn

Jam the left-most crack. Great warm-up with flat landing! Squamish Bouldering Page 367.

FA: Jamie Selda, 1 Jan 2012

FA: Kon Kraft

FA: Glenn Payan & John Thompson

There is a ledge accessible from the right with a few birches on it, beside a huge detached boulder. (About 1/2 the height of the ledge from which Cat Crack starts.) Climb the obvious crack, passing right of a pine tree about half way up the cliff. Shares the finish with The Edge and Corner Crack.

Climb either side of the large detached boulder until you reach the face right of Mouse Trap, which has 3 bolts on it. Climb the face, without using the crack to the left. Finish up the final corner of Mouse Trap / Corner Crack.

FA: Joe Turley & Gene Smith

Start on Fear of flying then split onto the face an follow the bolts.

FA: Peter Hiltner & Pat Post

Bolted anchor at top

Offwidth just left of Neat and Cool. Dirty at top.

FA: Sheila Ilcisin & John Manuel

FA: Kon Kraft & Debbie Schildt

FA: Glenn Payan & John Thompson

FA: Andrew Boyd

FA: Robin Barley & Howie Richardson

Start on Gross Incompetence, but follow the slab up past two bolts once you reach the tree on the horizontal break.

FA: Dean Hart & Randy Atkinson

FA: Richard Suddaby & Robin Barley

FA: Kai Hirvonen

Climb drill holes then follow the bolts next to the arete. Bolted anchor

FA: John Howe & Robin Barley

FA: Andrew Boyd

FA: Peter Croft & Tami Knight

FA: Peter Croft & Tami Knight

FA: Peter Croft, Paul Fodchuk & Tami Knight

FA: Peter Croft & Tami Knight

FA: George Henzal & Gary Henning

FA: George Hanzal & Gary Henning

FA: Rick Clements & Joe Buszowski


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