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Destinations to the Great White North are often best accessed by automobile. Driving over the border is safe & easy, but be sure you have your documents in order (see below). For most destinations to the South, air travel is the most convenient approach. Some destinations in northern Mexico (such as El Potrero Chico are often approached via car.
Federal laws require a valid US passport for return travel to the US. While you may be able to exit the country, you can't get back in. Details on how to obtain a passport can be found here. There are a few complicated exceptions to this rule if returning from Canada or Mexico via automobile (or foot/bicycle). Details can be found here for Canada and here for Mexico. Note that the "exceptions" are probably are not really any simpler than just getting a passport.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for North America:
Beckey-Chouinard 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b Trad, Alpine, 15 pitches, 2000' Howser Towers : South Howser Tower
Space Boyz 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b Sport, 11 pitches, 1000' El Potrero Chico : La Selva (Jungle Wall)
Southeast Face 5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ E3 5c Trad, Alpine, 18 pitches, 2000' The Cirque of the Unclimbab... : Lotus Flower Tower
Sunshine Crack 5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ E3 5c Trad, Alpine, 11 pitches, 900' The Bugaboos : Snowpatch Spire
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The Sorcerer WI5 North America : Canada : ... : North Ghost
A beautiful, remote route in an incredible setting! The Sorcerer pours down the back of a canyon surrounded by big walls on all sides. Pitch 1: Climb moderate ice to a short, steep pillar and then follow narrowing ice up and right to the first belay (bolts).Pitch 2: A short pitch of snow and easy ice leads to a comfortable belay ledge on the right, at the base of the main column.Pitch 3: Move left from the belay and climb excellent, steep ice to the large cave on the right (bolts)Pitch 4: T...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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