Kathleen enjoying the stellar corner
A beautiful crag above the Petrifying Wall. It feels a little more remote as the highway noise is almost completely damped out and is in a pretty forest. It has a pretty even mix of trad and sport.
Some highlights include "Wicker Cranium" (5.9 trad) "A Little Testis" (5.10b trad) and "Totally Clips" (5.10b sport).
From the Petrifying Wall, take the gully up and right of the "Flight of the Challenger" area. Follow the fairly distinct but unmarked trail. Maybe ten minutes past the Pet Wall.
Climbing Season For the Squamish area.
Weather station 4.6 miles from here
12 Total Routes
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I wasn't sure whether to call this trad or sport as it's entirely bolt protected except for one placement.The semi-intimidating arete left of A Little Testis.Slab past the first two bolts of Unusual panic which will seem like the crux if you're dialed in to Squamish slabs. After the 2nd bolt, veer right towards a crack where the slab meets a bolted arete at a left facing corner. Place a #2 Camalot sized piece (w/ runner) in the corner then continue up the corner until you can clip the fi...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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By david goldstein
Aug 12, 2007
Based on the 2001 McClane guide's statement that this cliff faces southwest, we went here early one hot July morning only to find almost all the climbs in the sun. Faces primarily SE, not SW.