*TOP 100* The streaked wall has excellent climbing, some of the best at the grade in Skaha. A tricky start leads to a marginal rest on a slopey rail before the crimpy business at the top. This pitch seeps in the winter. It may be gritty in the early spring, but cleans up quickly. Back Hand of God is an award-winning stout made by Crannog Ales and left Fields in Sorrento, BC. 9 bolts (18m) FA: Rob Birtles, 2014.