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Murrin Park

MURRIN PARK

 

In recent years SAS’s main work at Murrin has been improving the trail system, principally through the creation of a new Loop Trail. This has encouraged the development of several new cliffs like the Commonwealth, Quercus, Altamont and Woodstock.

In the years leading up to the the 2010 Olympics in Whistler, SAS negotiated extensively with the BC Ministry of Transport to discourage enlargement of the 99 by Browning Lake that would have led to cliffs like Leviticus being blasted.

 

LATEST NEWS

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    On April 9th, District of Squamish council voted that draft bylaw 2679 proceed to the three readings needed for formal adoption. The effect of the bylaw will be to change the legal status of “crown land camping” within the municipal boundary, with two exempt areas. As SAS...
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  • Recent donations and assistance, winter 2019
    SAS is very grateful to the following organisations and individuals for donations over the last six months: Ian Quigley Sophie LaMarre Manouane Deschenes Climb On James Bourgeois Vincent Beasse Connor Clark Liam Hornby We would especially like to thank Counterpart Coffee for an unexpected and very generous...
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  • 2018 Report
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  • Founding director Todd Gerhart leaves SAS board
        Todd Gerhart resigned from the SAS board in November last year, citing increased time pressure at work (he is a senior federal lawyer) and other personal commitments. He had been on the board of the society continuously since its foundation in 2004, occupying both the...
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