Everything and anything to do with climbing in Squamish.
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Looking for some help on this as I have little knowledge of the area. Friend of mine and I are looking to climb some sport whilst we're waiting for the warm weather to pass so we can get back on the powder boards....
We climb French 6b-7a in the uk. Any suggestions on both nearby crags and links to topo would be massively appreciated.
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If you want to climb in Whistler, check out Nordic Rock. Snooze You Lose is a great sport route (maybe around the grade you're looking for) on the main wall
I haven't climbed there for quite awhile, but I always had fun there..
Escape Route will probably lend or sell you a guidebook to get more specifics.
Or you can drive a half hour south to Chek.. Multiple sport crags, some of them might even be dry.
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Pet Wall at Murrin Park is south facing and dries pretty quickly.
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