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new bylaws for AGM

The attached new bylaws will be voted on at the 27th January 2019 AGM. Proposed bylaws

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Habrich/Skypilot Access Information

As was reported in April, the Stawamus/Indian Forest Service road has been re-opened.  It is the gateway FSR to the Habrich/Skypilot area.  Check out this thread from for some more information on how best to access the area given the latest developments.

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Olympic FSR Closures in the Squamish Area

There will be some Forest Service Road closures during the Olympics.  Click here to view the notice from the Squamish Forest District office.

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Welcome to our new website!

We’re in the process of transferring our information over to this new website.  New features will include: Subscribe to our site to receive automatic updates on your favourite climbing areas. Add your own comments to our news posts and read what others have to say. Search the

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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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  • AGM 2019
    The society’s annual general meeting for 2019 will take place at 7pm on Sunday 27th January in the community room at Ground Up, Squamish. The agenda will be as follows: 1) Call to Order 2) Motion to accept last year’s minutes 3) Treasurer’s Report 4) 2017 SAS...
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  • new bylaws for AGM
    The attached new bylaws will be voted on at the 27th January 2019 AGM. Proposed bylaws...
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  • SAS position on Squamish Canyon project
    SAS has been asked by news media on several occasions to comment on the Squamish Canyon tourist destination project. As a climbing advocacy group we look at land-use proposals in Squamish purely in terms of: direct impact on climbing assets within the proposed area indirect impacts on...
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