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Route recommendations in Squamish for TR Solo Aid?


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Gavin W · · Surrey, BC · Joined Feb 2015 · Points: 183

Looking to get into aid climbing, and rather than  have someone belay me for 2 hours up a single pitch, I'd prefer to TR solo. I'm looking for recommendations for good routes to practice on, specifically:

  • not popular routes, so I'm not preventing others from climbing things they want to climb
  • easy access to the top of the cliff to set a top rope
  • climbs not requiring hooks or beaks (I have a pretty basic rack at this point and no aid-specific gear except for aiders)

If anyone has any suggestions I'd love to hear them, hoping to get up there on Memorial Day.

Gavin W · · Surrey, BC · Joined Feb 2015 · Points: 183

Anyone?

Shelton Hatfield · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2011 · Points: 585

Not sure on its relative popularity, and I've never done it as an aid route, but Spiderfly at the bluffs is a thin crack accessible from above and I imagine would satisfy your other criteria as well

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