Squamish turns out to be one of the best places on the planet when it comes to delivering multi-pitch climbing experiences. The town’s mountain range features strong, grippy granite surfaces while offering mesmerizing views of the entire Howe Sound. When it comes to multi-pitch climbing, there is no better experience. Moreover, with the presence of our ACMG certified guides, you will feel completely safe when you are on the rocks.
With this adventure-filled tour, you should feel fortunate that Squamish has so much to offer when it comes to delivering multi-pitch climbing experiences across all levels. The Apron is known to boast multiple routes – ranging from 5.7 to 5.9. Most of these routes can be easily accomplished in half a day. If you really wish to push yourself, you can opt to climb all the way up to the famous Stawamus Chief. Whatever your climbing abilities or fitness levels are, our guides will find the perfect multi-pitch climbing route for you.
Featuring impressive granite routes – up to 13 pitches – the areas surrounding the famous town of Squamish in BC boast the presence of some of the best multi-pitch climbing routes in the world. Whether it is your first time experiencing multi-pitch climbing or you happen to be a seasoned climber, our experienced and trained guides can help you out throughout the entire route.
For those who are new to climbing, multi-pitch rock climbing involves multiple legs for climbing up the rock face. Every pitch tends to be between 100 to 200 feet (30 to 60 meters) in length. The average route of a typical multi-pitch path ranges from 300 feet to 1,500 feet (91 to 457 meters) in length and can be accomplished in half a day.