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We encourage you to join the Squamish Access Society. As a member of the SAS, you join a group of like-minded climbers dedicated to preserving access in Squamish. The more members we have, the more effective the SAS is at working on behalf of climbers and influencing factors which affect access. You will also be kept up-to-date and informed on access related issues.

Membership costs CDN$10 for 2 years. Your membership fee and any additional donations are allocated directly to substantive access initiatives.

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LATEST NEWS

  • Lower Malamute access situation
    Recently we were asked by a journalist to comment on climbers access to the Lower Malamute, in particular to Clean Crack and other routes nearby. This access issue is a dormant file for SAS. There has been no change for over a decade. Our understanding of the...
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  • SAS Trail days at 2017 Arc’teryx climbing academy
    Trail Day Notice – This Weekend! SAS and CASBC will be holding their annual trail days at Rogues Gallery this Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd July. Please use extra caution if visiting Rogues this weekend as trail crews will be working in multiple locations throughout the climbing...
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  • Chek logging update
    The road building on the Conroy Creek FSR required for logging operations in the area will start on Friday 14th July, several months later than originally advised, and continue 7 days per week.Work sites on the FSR are well beyond the Chek parking lots, but heavy machinery...
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  • development plans proceed at Squamish Adventure Centre parking lot
    District of Squamish have recently approved two leases that will effectively remove the majority of the parking capacity at the Squamish Adventure Centre overflow parking lot. This lot is frequently used by local and visiting climbers for car pool purposes. Squamish Access Society campaigned against one of...
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