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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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Start as Easy in an Easy Chair. Head right and mantle up the middle. Don't use the holds on arete.

FFA: Israel Cruces, 2002

(renamed by the FA in 2020)

Climb into the exit moves of The Green Traverse. Start with obvious slopers on the nose of the boulder and a heel hook, slap to the sidepull and mantle.

FA: Jack Fieldhouse, 2000

Use the same start as Backtrack, but traverse right to the bulging nose of the boulder and up. This is an excellent endurance problem!

FA: Tyrone Brett, 1998

Start seated using the rail and make your way out of the pit using edges

Continue around the Green Traverse boulder past Pusher to find a heavily chalked block under an overhang. Start hands here feet inside then muscle your way up right

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