A zone of high quality boulders that for some reason never made it into the Vancouver Rock Climbing Guide book. The problems lie approximately 150m south west from the Fifth Tier at Godman Creek and are likely the hardest boulders in the Godman area. The lines are tall and technical, but thankfully have flat and wide landings. South west facing and sparse trees make this an ideal location for quick drying rock or warm early season climbing.
Approach as for the Fifth Tier at Godman Creek. Walk past the Crow Migration (V7) boulder towards the power line. Head south down the power line for approximately 100m with sweeping views of the Burrard Inlet below. The trails begins to descend steeply, continue down the trail until a small rock wall within an Arbutus stand becomes visible just to the west of the trail. Follow this rock wall into the forest for approximately 50m to arrive at the obvious Hampton boulder. The walk from the Godman Fifth Tier to The Hamptons should take no more than 5 minutes.
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