This is a roadside limestone crag on the south side of the Chilliwack Lake road at the mouth of Slesse Creek, just west of the Slesse-Borden Forest Service Road. There is a long bouldering traverse, a number of straight-up problems, and a few (one and a half?) sport routes. The bouldering is overhanging, pocketed, with a soft sandy landing, and stays dry in the rain. The limestone is waterworn and solid. Downsides include a shady, sometimes mossy ambiance and the presence of a fishermen's parking lot close by - they come into the seclusion of the trees to crap before/after fishing and leave turd piles behind. Watch your step!
Drive Chilliwack Lake Road c. 30km east from Vedder Crossing to Slesse Creek. Just before Slesse Creek, park in the gravel pullout on the north side of the road. Cross the road and find the climbing in the trees just off the road.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Slesse Creek Roadside Limestone:
Roadside Overhang V0-1 4+ Boulder, 20'
Homer J. V3 6a Boulder
The Full Traverse V3 6a Boulder, 120'
There and Back V4 6b Boulder
The Quad V5 6c Boulder
Debris Torrent 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- E3 5c Sport, 1 pitch, 66'
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The Full Traverse V3 6a International : Canada : ... : Slesse Creek Roadside Limes...
This long traverse on pockets goes along the entire length of the main crag, just off the sandy ground. It can be done either L-R or R-L, left to right is slightly easier as the climbing on the left is the steepest and finishing with it when pumped can be hard. The crux is in the middle, though....[more] Browse More Classics in International
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