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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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FA: Jason Kehl

After 3 moves into the touch, going right from the jug to an undercling, with some hard core tension moves and bad feet fight to get to the good holds then top out.

Start with a low left slopy or edge hold on the arete and the right hand on the foot of Conspiracy of One. Slap with your left before launching with difficulty to the jug.

FA: Jean-Claude Savard, 2021

Start with a left pinch on the lip and jump to a right sloper. Make a few moves on good hold followed by a tricky finish.

FA: Jean-Claude Savard, 2021

I believe the left hold mentionned in the guidebook is gone. The logical start begin high on a slopy sidepull and a right pinch on the arete about face level. Amazing problem.

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