Kid Goat has several single pitch and multi pitch sport routes as well as a few classic trad routes. The rock type is limestone of moderate to poor quality, though the trade routes are typically of very high quality. Climbing is best on Sunday when the dump is shut down, otherwise it can be very loud while climbing.
From Highway 1 take the turn off for Exshaw, same turn off you take to Yamnuska. Drive north to the T-intersection and turn west. 2 min down the road there will be a parking lot on the left hand side and a dump on the right hand side. Park here. Hike around the west side of the dump until you hit a series of old loggig roads. Trend generally to the gully between kid goat and nannny goat, watching for a cairn on the left hand side. Turn up the hill at the cairn and climb up to the wall. The trail will lead to the sport routes on the northeast end of Kid Goat wall.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Kid Goat Buttress:
Keel Haul Wall 5.6 PG13 Trad, 6 pitches, 500 feet, Grade II
Grey Waves 5.8 PG13 Sport, 5 pitches, 500 feet, Grade II
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Grey Waves 5.8 PG13 International : Canada : ... : Kid Goat Buttress
This beautiful route is a classic 5.8 sport route. Cool moves, excellent rock, and great exposure define this route. Pitch 1 (5.8 - 50m) - Climb up an arrete then out onto the face. Pass at possibly belay at 20m. Cross three overhangs to the belay station (shared with Keel Haul Wall), the second overhang is the toughest. Pitch 2 (5.8 - 25m) - ignore the bolt on the overhang to the right; this belongs to KHW; instead move stright up from the belay past two fixed pins and a pos...[more] Browse More Classics in International