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The Bugaboos - One of the World's Great Alpine Rockclimbing Centres



Chris Atkinson and Marc Piché, Eleho Publishing
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One of two Bugaboos guide books published in 2003.
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Bugaboo Rock: A Climbing Guide, 2nd Edition



Randall Green and Joe Bensen, The Mountaineers Books
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One of two Bugaboos guide books published in 2003.
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Alpine Select: Climbs in Southwest British Columbia & Northern Washington



Kevin McLane, Elaho Publishing
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As the title lays out, this is a book of select alpine climbs mainly in BC, but also a few in Washington. The book is interesting for being divided into a section covering all of the approaches and another covering all of the climbs. McLane writes to a high standard and this book is no exception.

There are some fairly accessible day climbs in here as well as some monsters. Would you believe that there's a 37 pitch rock route only a few hours from Vancouver?
Scrambles in Southwest British Columbia

Scrambles in Southwest British Columbia



Matt Gunn
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A well put together guide to scrambling routes on many BC peaks.
Central BC Rock

Central BC Rock



Lyle Knight, Elaho Publishing
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Now a little out-of-date, but still the essential reference for the BC interior areas such as Yak Peak, Kelowna, and all the smaller crags that deserve attention but don't quite have the same draw as Skaha.
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Whistler Rock Climbs



Elaho
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Covers the crags from just north of Squamish to north of Whistler with McLane's usual excellent quality.
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Skaha Rockclimbs



Howie Richardson, Elaho Publishing
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Your essential reference for Skaha. Don't forget, however, that access has changed significantly as of 2007, so check with up-to-date sources rather than going by what this book has to say.
Squamish Bouldering

Squamish Bouldering



Marc Bourdon & Scott Tasaka / Quickdraw Publications (2003)
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Always known as a world-class granite climbing area, Squamish is now rightfully considered Canada's premier bouldering destination.

  • Softcover; 284 pages; black-and-white photographs, maps and route overlays
  • Squamish is not a one-dimensional destination, and no traveling boulderer should leave disappointed
  • Whether you like moderates, desperates, roofs, slabs, highball or lowballs, no climber should be lacking
Squamish Select

Squamish Select



Marc Bourdon / Quickdraw Publications (2004)
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Climbing guide to bouldering, sport and traditional climbing of the Squamish area of British Columbia.

  • Softcover; 260 pages; maps, black-and-white photos with route overlays
  • Guide covers bouldering, sport climbing, select traditional climbs and select multi-pitch climbs in the area
  • Covers the area from Murrin Park to Squamish and all the way north past Whistler to Pemberton
The Climbers Guide to Squamish

The Climbers Guide to Squamish



Kevin McLane / Elaho Press (2005)
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This book is a comprehensive guide to all the rock climbs of Squamish, British Columbia.

  • Softcover, 552 pages, black-and-white photos
  • Presents scores of climbs in such areas as the sea cliffs South of Murrin, the crags of Murrin Park and the Shannon Falls-Papoose cliffs
  • Also includes the Malamute granite dome, the Smoke Bluffs crags and, the centerpiece of the guide, The Chief
  • Provides maps, routes, ratings and a wealth of other valuable information