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annual Stawamus River Clean up  – October 2nd

Help maintain Squamish goodwill towards climbers by helping us clean up the informal camping area along the Stawamus River prior to the fall rains. Bring sturdy footwear and maybe some work gloves. Meet up at Apron Parking Lot at 10 am on Sunday October 2nd.

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2016 Re-bolting initiative phase 1

Circus Area: Completely replaced permadraws on Neutered Bovine, Face The Music, and Fleeing Heifer – by far the highest use permadraws in the area Replaced a few other particularly worn permadraws of Wayward Bovine and Cut to the Chase Face the Music Anchor biners replaced with steel

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Rampage charity bouldering competition

Squamish Access Society recently met with organisers of the Rampage charity bouldering competition, which takes place for a third consecutive year in 2016. Reasons for the meeting included concerns about the impact of the event and the invoking of SAS’s name in Rampage’s interactions with key counter-parties

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Area 44 parking

BCTS has informed SAS that starting in June, log hauling is going to commence 7 days/week on the Swift Creek FSR. The entrance of the Swift Creek FSR has been the traditional parking area for Area 44 and the Pillary. No parking signs have been posted here

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Olesen Creek/ Slhaney logging begins March 1st 2016

The Squamish Access Society has received word that Oceanview Forest Products is going to commence logging TSL A 92860 (aka Block SW 144) on the Stawamus FSR in the saddle between Slhanny and the Chief March 1, 2016. Falling and road building operations will be 7 days

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District of Squamish OCP update

SAS plans to make recommendations to the District of Squamish for its current update to the Official Community Plan. The OCP is focused primarily on land use designation, or “polygons on a map” as a former SAS director described it at the last AGM. If any members,

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2016 AGM

The 2016 AGM will take place on Sunday 31st January at Ground Up climbing gym, starting at 7pm.

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SAS Annual General Meeting a Success

The SAS AGM, held last month in Squamish, was a resounding success. Four climbers, and members of the SAS, were the recipients of the door prizes provided by Mountain Equipment Co-op. Thanks to this who came out. Looking forward to seeing you out there on the rock

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Community Clean-Up: Saturday, October 13th

It has come to the attention of the climbing community that the area between the Mamquam Forest Service Road and the Stawamus River, roughly below the trailheads for Angel’s Crest and the Sheriff’s Badge, have been used all summer as an unofficial climbers’ campground. Squamish residents (non-climbers)

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Annual General Meeting 2012

The Squamish Access Society’s annual general meeting is set for Sunday, October 21st at the Garibaldi Room in the Howe Sound Inn and Brewpub. The meeting is from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and will update interested members on the SAS’s accomplishments over the past year, as well as

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