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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.

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1 5.9 28m
2 5.6 40m
3 5.8 20m
4 5.9 13m

FA: Peter Croft & Tami Knight, 1978

thin short crack. Getting a bit greasy in some of the holds. sling a big tree to the right for a anchor. Top-ropeable if you walk up to the right of the climb to the tree at the top.

Mostly a sport climb, but it is good to have a few cams.

FA: Jeff Thomson

2 pitches. crack climb.Bolted belays. Walk off to the left is fun in its own way. bring more 1-1.5"cams

FA: Bob Milward & Jim Campbell

Assuming this is "Land and Freedom" in McLane (2005)

A sport climb, but a #2 cam is used to protect the bottom flake.

FA: McLane & Cerney

FA: Robin Barley, John Howe & Penny Cooper, 1999

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