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Elevation: 6,600 ft
GPS: 49.606, -121.106 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Ken Trout on Dec 20, 2010
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DESCRIPTION

British Colombia can also be inversely organized by rivers, instead of mountains. Yak Peak is well covered on Mountain Project, listed under Fraser Valley.

This is another rock climber's peak with big routes, the kind Mountain Project contributors seem to love. The rock is reported to not be as good as on Steinbok but that has not prevented the completion of several grade IV routes.

APPROACH

From Hope, drive north on the highway 5 toll-road to the Falls Lake exit, just past the Coquihalla Summit. Good trails lead to the lake.

GUIDEBOOKS AND LINKS

Fred Beckey's 1995 Cascade Alpine Guide and the Canadian Alpine Journal have good information for the climbs.

Matt's Climbing Page has lots to tell about Yak.

Cascade Climber has valuable info too.

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