Find out about the history of the following ongoing access issues:
The Master Plan of 1997 that determines how the park is run.
The agreement between climbers and BC Parks over how climbers can conduct themselves on the rock. Needs a revamp.
The spring 2004 SAS/CASBC sponsored report by Pierre Friele that sets out the case as to why climbers at Rogue's Gallery are not under risk from the Garibaldi Barrier collapse.
The report of January 2004 by Kevin McLane that first brought rockclimbing issues to the attention of the Sea to Sky Highway Upgrade team.
The District of Squamish position paper of spring 2004 that sets out the economic case for protecting its rockclimbing assets through the Highway upgrade, and determines the benefit of climbing to be currently at $20 million a year.