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Forestry industry liaison

FOREST INDUSTRY LIASON

 

SAS examines a regular flow of proposals to log locations around Squamish that may affect climbers access, and where possible seeks to reduce impact and advise climbers proactively of logging timetables. A recent successful example was the logging at Olesen Creek just outside the Chief park. SAS intervention resulted in significant shrinkage of the footprint and negotiated improvements to FSR’s that should enhance access once the logging is completed.

LATEST NEWS

  • Mt Habrich via ferrata proposal
    Squamish Access Society learned recently of a proposal to build a Via Ferrata (“VF”) on Mt Habrich. The proponent is Stanley Yntema, a self-described “community organiser” based in Surrey, BC. Mr Yntema is not well-known to the Squamish climbing and mountaineering community and has not sought feedback...
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  • Smoke Bluffs management plan completed
    On 21st March Squamish council voted to adopt a new Management Plan for the Smoke Bluffs Park. Squamish Access Society took a lead role in the development of this plan over the last two years through its representation on the Smoke Bluffs Park Advisory Committee (“SBPAC”). SAS...
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  • Chek and Cat Lake logging from April 2017
    Do you climb at Chek Canyon and at Cat Lake? You should be aware of a number of industrial activities that are occurring on the Conroy FSR and Culiliton Creek FSR this spring. Areas above Chek Canyon recreation site on the Conroy FSR and along the Culliton...
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  • 2016 Annual Report
    Following on from January’s AGM, the society is making available its 2016 Annual report....
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