The Ledge

12 Sport Climbs, 4 Trad Climbs


The Ledge was developed by Jason Dayman between 2022- 23
The majority of the climbs are fully bolted, however there isa small selection of quality gear lines that are not to be missed. They climb more like steep sport routes with crack features, and protect well. All climbs are equipped with chains and steel carabiners at the anchors to facilitate easy route cleaning.The climbs range from 17-29m in length, a 60m rope will get you down from everything but it will be close on a couple of the climbs. A stopper knot is highly recommended!
The aspect is NW. It is shaded until approximately 3pm for most of the season. In the fall the sun goes behind the mountains before it hits the wall and shade is found all day. Seepage is an issue in the spring but many of the routes seem to dry reasonably fast. Once the climbs have dried
out for the season they tend to stay dry.

Directions / Travel Info:

Drive up the Squamish Valley road until it turns to gravel then continue for 1km. Turn left over the bridge onto the Ashlu FSR. Continue on the Ashlu FSR for exactly 4km. Parking is on the right side of the road at a pullout, directly opposite the 4km sign. If angle parking is used the pullout
can accommodate 5-6 vehicles. 35 minutes from the North end of squamish

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