A collection of more than ten walls, with two to ten climbs each, ranging from 50 to 120 feet high. This predominantly sport area has some nice things going for it: the climbs are quite good even though each wall only has a few, all of the walls are close together so you can move between them over the course of a day, and there is a good range of grades.
Traveling north from Squamish you will pass the distinctive orange bridge, then the Conroy Forest Service Road (Chek) and then drop down to the level of the river. As the road curves around to the right and starts to rise again, you'll see the crags closest to the road and a number of pull-outs.
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Yellow Beard 5.12a International : Canada : ... : Grand Larceny
Starts below a yellow mossy flake. Climb up the flake gets pumpy side pulling with thin feet to a good rest. The climbing gets trickier from here and so do the bolt positions. There is technically a second pitch but it is dirty, mossy and nobody usually climbs it. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International