Altitude 112m a.s.l
This is an impressive paid of sport crags that loom above the highway with a superb roster of nails-hard routes.
The crag faces west and most of the routes are below the tree line giving them plenty of shelter from the sun and even light rain. Conditions are good all day, but the best climbing temps are in the morning before the sun comes around.Â
Rockfall is a real hazard around here due to wildlife traversing the steep slopes high above, and the rock can be fragile so a helmet is recommended, but dogs and children not recommended!Â
Park at the Tunnel Point viewpoint 3.5km North of Lion's Bay, on the west side of the Sea to Sky Highway (99). Note that when driving North it's not possible to turn left into this parking area, therefore you just continue 1km further north and turn around at the Logger's Creek gravel pullout, then backtrack. If you are heading south from Squamish, watch for a huge green sign saying "Brunswick Road 600m" and simply pull straight into the Tunnel Point parking area.
From the parking area, all northbound along the west side of the highway for 700m, and then carefully cross the highway to a steep sandy slope at the north end of a tall debris-catchment net. From here, the trail leads steeply up to the two cliffs (15 mins).
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