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The Squamish Access Society is dedicated to working on behalf of climbers to protect public access to the climbing areas of the greater Squamish region, to engage as responsible stewards of the climbing environment and to advocate for access to quality self-propelled recreation. We work together with other access groups in “on the ground” initiatives and in engaging with local and provincial government and the private sector on behalf of climbers. Our work encompasses all the major climbing disciplines.

The Squamish Access Society is a grass-roots, local climbers’ organization dedicated to preserving access to the climbing areas in and around Squamish. We work together with other access groups in “on the ground” initiatives and in engaging with local and provincial government and the private sector on behalf of climbers.

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The SAS is planning a sixth phase of our local re-bolting initiative this coming spring. If you know of any manky anchors, routes or individual protection bolts in the Squamish climbing zone (including Cheakamus Canyon and other areas to the north) please post here. We'll use this thread to help compile our anchor replacement to-do list. ...

SAS would like to thank Emilisa Frirdich for organizing a work party at Murrin Park this past Sunday. Progress was made on a new trail segment connecting Quercus to Woodstock. Expect some new routes in this zone after winter cleaning is complete! ...

The winter Capilano University/SAS workcrew has made a fine start on a new connector trail between Quercus and Woodstock crags at Murrin Park. To date, they have contributed two sessions of 2 hours with around 15 bodies or 60 man hours. As usual we owe Katy Chambers at BC Parks a big thanks for her support. ...