Lighthouse Park

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Lighthouse Park

Post by meingh » Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:17 pm

Lighthouse Park

Find it on the Squamish Climbing Map (Click Here)

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Topo Description:

Directions:
Take exit #4 approximately 3km east o Horseshoe Bay Turn left on to Caulfield drive, drive a short way down the hill and then take a sharp left onto Willow Creek Road another half a kilometer and turn right on to Marine Drive. Drive about 2km and the follow the Park Signs left on to Beacon Lane.

Parking:
Parking is never a problem the gravel lot is fairly big.

Approach:
The area is easy to navigate. To find the crag head towards the big trail at the south end of the parking lot. Head right towards the water.

Sun Shine / Shade:
Lighthouse park is a great place to watch the sunset. It is west facing and right on the water. The sun hits the crag at mid day.

Type Of Climbing:
The crag is best suited for beginner and intermediate climbers. Most of the climbs are top rope or gear.

Route Information:
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Route Distribution:
<= 5.8 - ?
5.9 - ?
5.10 - ?
5.11 - ?
5.12 - ?
5.13 - ?
5.14 - ?

Route Types:
? Sport Routes
? Mixed / Trad Routes
? Boulder Problems

Access Issues:
Currently no access issues.

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parlor
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Post by parlor » Tue Apr 13, 2010 8:10 am

Once in the car park follow the sign posts out to Juniper Point.

There are currently 5 (sets) of TR anchors - that can be easily found at least. Although there are signs posted about the previous removal of other hangers / bolts, and evidence of this in the woods.

The routes around the bluffs (L-R) seem to be:

1. Ancient Mariner 5.6
2. Hot Chocolate 5.9
3. Double Overhang Bypass 5.10c
4. Double Overhang 5.10b
5. Dolphin 5.8
6. Orca 5.12a
7. Starfish 5.10d
8. Big Pin 5.8
9. Coho 5.10a
10. Jugs Away 5.7

It a great little spot, very accessible. Short easy pitches.

ablueglow
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Location: Vancouver

Post by ablueglow » Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:22 pm

FYI

went up to lighthouse park after work this week
Hanger is missing off the bolt which makes the second anchor point for big pin.

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