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BETA PHOTO: Leviticus crag from the top of The Bog Wall.


Leviticus is a landmark crag in Squamish. This crag is home to some of the hardest crack climbs anywhere (5.12c, 5.12d, 5.13c/d and 5.13c).

Perhaps just as impressive, you actually see people on them sometimes.

There was a great deal of concern that the expansion of the Sea to Sky highway would result in the blasting of this cliff, but it seems that this danger has passed. Its proximity to the road is one of this crag's biggest detractions and with the road widening and traffic increasing, it's not going to get better.

Getting There 

Once you're in the Murrin Park Parking lot, you will see Leviticus across the road and just to the south.

Climbing Season

Weather station 4.4 miles from here

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Lake of Fire 5.13c 8a+ 30 X- 31 E7 7a North America : Canada : ... : Leviticus
Lake of Fire is a direct start that adds difficulty, quality and a bit of runout into Sixty-nine. Start by climbing Leviticus and traverse right into the base of a flare with a sawed of tree stump. Climb up into the flare where you can place your last pieces of gear before getting into Sixty-Nine. A Grey Alien and green Camalot work well. Climb up and right into a faint seam with crimps on either side. The last few moves before you can get any protection are runout so make sure you have a good...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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