Cypress Falls

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Cypress Falls

Post by esfero » Wed Jun 19, 2013 3:57 pm

Hi everyone!! I´m a foreigner climber living in Vancouver, and a friend of mine told me something about Cypress Falls climbing area..........i have no car, so i would like to know if it´s possible to go there by bus from Vancouver, and also where can i find the topo!!!
Thanks a lot!!

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Re: Cypress Falls

Post by tsouth » Thu Jul 04, 2013 3:04 pm

Check out Sulley's hangout you can get there by bus relatively easily. ... ouver).pdf
Not too sure about Cypress Falls. I believe would be tricky by bus. Look up Cougar Crag, couldn't find a topo. When I went a friend of mine was the developer so that helped.

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Re: Cypress Falls

Post by Tegan » Thu Sep 05, 2013 3:57 pm

This post caught my eye and curiousity so i found this info on Project Climb

Coming from Van, take Caulfield exit off Hwy, turn right at stop sign, Continue on Woodgreen Drive up hill, 3rd right into Woodgreen Place. Drive into gravel parking lot for Cypress Falls Park. Take trail east out of lot, trail turns left. Take first junction right after 50-100 meters, immediately drop down right onto trail heading downhill.
Continue on trail passing crag on left, to promontory lower down above creek. Hand-line 4th class down to river. total approach time less than 5 minutes.

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Jealous Husband 5.12a/b sustained
Pool Boy 5.11a sustained sustained
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Re: Cypress Falls

Post by Uncle Rico » Mon Sep 16, 2013 3:12 pm

You can take the bus to Cypress Falls Park really easily. Its West Vancouver bus '253 Caulfield' and you can just google the route. From where the bus drops you off you can easily walk to all three cliffs in Cypress Creek but the closest one for sure is the Cougar Cliff, which would be a ten minute walk from the bus stop. Knucklehead and Tombstone Tower would take about 20 minutes to walk. After this rain the canyon routes will likely be wet as the canyon is very cool and shady.

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Re: Cypress Falls

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Re: Cypress Falls

Post by emilygoutagny » Wed Nov 18, 2020 8:01 am

From the Parking lot, hike up the trail beside cypress creek (this is very well marked) in Restaurant Remodelers Las Vegas

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