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The Climbers Guide to Squamish

The Climbers Guide to Squamish



Kevin McLane / Elaho Press (2005)
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This book is a comprehensive guide to all the rock climbs of Squamish, British Columbia.

  • Softcover, 552 pages, black-and-white photos
  • Presents scores of climbs in such areas as the sea cliffs South of Murrin, the crags of Murrin Park and the Shannon Falls-Papoose cliffs
  • Also includes the Malamute granite dome, the Smoke Bluffs crags and, the centerpiece of the guide, The Chief
  • Provides maps, routes, ratings and a wealth of other valuable information
Squamish Select

Squamish Select



Marc Bourdon / Quickdraw Publications (2004)
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Climbing guide to bouldering, sport and traditional climbing of the Squamish area of British Columbia.

  • Softcover; 260 pages; maps, black-and-white photos with route overlays
  • Guide covers bouldering, sport climbing, select traditional climbs and select multi-pitch climbs in the area
  • Covers the area from Murrin Park to Squamish and all the way north past Whistler to Pemberton
Squamish Bouldering

Squamish Bouldering



Marc Bourdon & Scott Tasaka / Quickdraw Publications (2003)
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Always known as a world-class granite climbing area, Squamish is now rightfully considered Canada's premier bouldering destination.

  • Softcover; 284 pages; black-and-white photographs, maps and route overlays
  • Squamish is not a one-dimensional destination, and no traveling boulderer should leave disappointed
  • Whether you like moderates, desperates, roofs, slabs, highball or lowballs, no climber should be lacking