Type: Sport, 279 ft (85 m), 2 pitches
FA: Yannick Gingras, Evan Harris, Vincent Larochelle, July 2019
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Shared By: Yannick Gingras on Jul 26, 2019
Admins: Braden Batsford, John Serjeantson

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Wildlife in that area needs some peace to raise their young, so avoid this round until June 15.

P1, 5.9- PG-13, 9b, 55m: follow the right leaning ramp, then the left leaning ramp, then straight up to the anchor.  Belay on a small slanting ledge 10m bellow the next vertical wall.  If the striking views are not already elevating your heartrate, the spacing of the bolts on this one probably will.  Thankfully the moves are reasonably easy in the runout sections.  

P2, 5.7, 3p, 30m: up and right, until you merge with the gravelly goat trail. Belay at the big tree.  

Descent: follow the goat trail towards climbers right until you see the cell tower.  Start scrambling up on the far right where the angle is mild and the rock is more solid.  About 75m of scrambling leads to the first grassy ledge.  Keep going up and left through 2 more grassy ledges and a few hills until you reach the summit.  Take the hiking trail down from there.

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Follow the grassy slope up and left from the top of Chʼáagu Chʼáakʼ.  Orange flagging tape marks the general direction.

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9 quickdaws, one bolted anchor, one tree

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