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Catch You shares it's start with Move It On Over. Fairly easy moves to the first bolt lead to thin, sequency friction climbing before you gain a flaring finger crack. The climbing eases in difficulty from here and varies between flaring cracks and face climbing.
At Burgers & Fries, just left of Move It On Over.
Bolts and thin trad gear. Small offset pro may be helpful. Anchor is bolted and a 60m rope is long enough to TR.
|By Peter Spindloe|
From: North Vancouver, BC
Jun 17, 2011
Is it possible that this route is actually "Catch Me Quicker", or one of the "Catch Me..." routes, or "Over Forty"? I don't see a guidebook reference for "Catch You."
Jun 17, 2011
Peter, see Squamish Select (Bourdon guide) p.167 and 1985 Jim Campbell guide, p.94
McLane guides have consistently called this 10c route Catch Me Quicker.
|By Mark Roberts|
From: Vancouver, BC
Sep 3, 2013
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b
Yes, Catch You in the Bourdon Guide, Catch Me Quicker in the McLane guide.
3 Bolts, with gear in between (fingers mostly). The first flare after the first bolt is the place where you need to worry about having the right gear to keep you off the deck. I placed two blue metolius in this flare, one at the beginning and one at the end before launching out to the next bolt. Both looked bomber to me. As mentioned above, if you have offsets then this may be the place for them.