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- Bugaboo Rock: A Climbing Guide
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New Route, Comox Lake,Downtown Eastside
Independent Suspension 5.10+ 10m
Short arete left of Hump n' Mantle. Four bolts to chains. Quick to dry.
Hello! My name is Marina. I live in East Sooke and am looking for someone to go climbing with.
I don't have a lot of experience. I went to CrageX in Victoria once a week for about 6 months when I first started. At that time I was doing 5'9's and 10's. However, my climbing partner moved away on me and I haven't been since :( That was more than two years ago!
I really want to get back into climbing again but outside instead of at the gym. I have never been climbing outside before, however, and figure it's likely to be very different. If there is anyone out there looking for a climbing partner, and who doesn't mind showing the ropes to a newbie like me, that would be so awesome! Or even another newbie and we can just figure it out together, lol.
Send me an email :) email@example.com
There are quite a few easier sport routes in Squamish, but the sport mecca for BC would be Skaha, just outside of Penticton. As an added bonus there are also lots of vineyards and when you're not climbing you can be drinking wine and relaxing in the sun. The drive is around 4 hours from Vancouver. Since you'll be up in Egmont, I would also suggest checking out the climbing around Powell River as well. Once more ferry ride, and some nice local bluffs. Check out http://prclimbing.blogspot.ca/ for some more info on climbing there.
Sorry, I posted before finishing. ....I'm willing to drive a few hrs to get to the crags. I was looking into squamish, but I'm concerned that most of the routes there will be out of my skill range. Thanks in advance for your help!
I was hoping to gather some advice and suggestions for places to climb in BC. I'm planning a trip for mid july to surf the skookumchuck narrows in Egmont, BC but I'd also like to do some climbing. I'm looking for some single pitch sport climbs in the 5.7- 5.9 range. Ill
I'm a new-ish climber from New Brunswick visiting Powell River June 11th-25th and I'm looking for a climbing partner for anytime during those dates! I haven't lead much yet, but I've climbed a bit outdoors and can belay and all that jazz. It'd be sweet to be able to rent some gear out there (I've got nothing of my own, really) and get on some rope, but I'd be happy trying some bouldering, too. I've only bouldered in the gym so far, but I'd love to try it outdoors! Just a matter of finding a crashpad. From what I've seen and read online so far, I think Stillwater is the place for me - a mix of sport and bouldering - but I really don't know!
If you'd like to climb with me, or if you have any info that might help me out, send me a message!
just moved here a wqeek ago aswell was out at mt.well climbing today always looking for a climbing partner.
New to Victoria. Looking for climbers. I am into bouldering, sport, trad, alpine, peakbagging.
my cell 705-218-2182 can Text anytime.
are you still searching a partner for next weekend?
I would like to join you if possible. I climb around the same grade as you do ;)
If you want to, you can write me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
see ya, matt
Hey, like a few more post on here, I just moved to the area,
I used to climb a lot when living in Canmore, but have slowed down quite a bit
I've got a set of draws, half a rack (pretty old style i'd say), a 9 mm i think 60m rope, I'm sure i could lead 5.9 sports still but not much more.
Anyway I was reading on here, looks like there's a nice crag around Comox lake, and boulders on the way to Tofino, im sure there's more
My name is Gabby, I have a crazily random schedule working for bcamb, but i'm keen whenever im off, and have a vehicle!
im in duncan till saturday then i move to victoria so im really eger to get out and climb
just moved here from thunder bay and really need to get to know the area im up for climbing anytime.
I'm a Squamish resident who has been out of the climbing scene for over a year and a half. Looking to get back into trad, sport, and TR starting at the end of May and continuing on from there. When I left I could lead 5.9 multi-pitch trad and follow in the low 5.10s (bunch of a's and one b). I'm a safe climber and my schedule will be pretty open over the summer; weekend and weekday climbing are both possibilities. I have a 70m Alpine rope and big trad rack with plenty of draws. Since I've been out of the game for a while, I'm looking to start of on some easier Smoke Bluff climbs just to get my legs back under me. But I hope to be back on the harder leads and the Apron ASAP. I'm 6'1" and about 200 pounds, I can be reached at email@example.com or 604-849-0984 (Squamish number). Send me an e-mail or give me a call if you're interested in hitting the rocks and we'll figure something out. Cheers!
hey guys, I am also in Cobble Hill and want to get out there to climb as much as possible, on or off the island. Planning a trip to Skaha soon and looking for climbing partners. Also want to get out to Squamish as much as possible. I can lead sport in the 10's and want to get back into trad as well, have all gear including trad. You can find me on FB at http://facebook.com/sonya.tomin
Enjoy the sun!
Thanks for letting us know about the climbing around the Similkameen!
Eventually you'll be able to enter in all the information yourself, but at the moment we don't have thatfunctionality. If you send the information to adminbcclimbing.com I'll add the information to the site. Thanks in advance.
This area has high potential and some old and new established routes in 2 areas, and 3 others, with predominately southerly exposures, 1 hr drive from Skaha. A dry Squamish feel to alot of it, there is also some very unique other qualities of granite, some of which has a hard Redrocks like patina. Out of hand bouldering as well, mostly undiscovered..... exceeds Old Hedley Rd rocks.
How do we get this into this rad site?
Wow, I totally missed these messages! Thats awesome tho, Im in cobble hill and work super close to mt wells. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and you can search me by that my names a bit common, chelsea smith. I would love to meet up with you guys. Now that the sun is finally shining Im really hankering getting out there!
Hi Cameron, ok i have searched you on facebook but there are too many of you lol. heres mine email@example.com so you can add me.
are you free one evening soon to meet up in Duncan for a coffee after work? im going to be there Thursday anyways and on the days i work i finish around 2-3pm so can do any time after that.