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Being able to build a climbing anchor with traditional gear, both safely and efficiently, is a fundamental skill for climbing in Squamish. This post looks at five anchors that should be in your tool box. Each anchor has pros and cons and knowing when to pull out each tool will take experience. Please consider hiring a guide or getting a mentor to better enjoy the process of anchor problem solving.
Bouldering is described as rock climbing in its purest form. It is all about movement and problem solving. By definition, bouldering requires less equipment and focuses on difficulty, not the length of the climb. With ropes and harnesses left far behind, boulderers employ an array of tools to give them an advantage when tackling problems. This post looks at the essential items needed for your next trip into the Squamish boulders.