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Located behind the Chief, The Cirque of the Uncrackables has the highest concentration of offwidth cragging in Squamish. There are also a few hard thin cracks here as well, including the legendary Cobra Crack.

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Hike through the campground and then steeply up the Chief Peaks Trail for about 25 minutes. Very shortly after passing the signed turnoff for the Sea to Sky Trail, look for another sign post. As marked, take a right turn following the trail for Third Peak and Slhaney Trail. After about 10 minutes you'll come to the clean looking White Wall. Towards it's top end, a fainter trail will depart rightwards and under a rocky outcrop. Follow this for about 5 minutes to the Cirque. 

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