Altitude 166m a.s.l
A unique, standalone crag in the Garibaldi Highlands which features a handful of burly splitter cracks of very high quality on vertical to overhanging rock. Despite the short approach, the crag has an isolated atmosphere and is rarely crowded. It is shady and pleasant during the hot summer days. The rock at Highlander is more coarse-grained than in much of Squamish and there are still many loose crystals.
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