The Overall Plan: To visit the Cheakamus area which looks very interesting and it's been said that...
"The Cheakamus Canyon offers some of the best sport climbing in the Squamish corridor. With over 100 routes from 5.8 to 5.14, this area includes some of the most prestigious sport routes in the country. The rock is a featured granite, and bolted face climbs predominate at most of the crags."
Some online guides
Saturday: Get our inner Indiana Jones on and meet at the 'Well of Souls' with its plethora of 4 star routes.
And then once we've tackled everything we want, we can head to wherever we fancy. The Crest area looks like fun as well http://mountainproject.com/v/the-crest/105962615
Sunday: We'll meet in the morning at Conroy's Castle for more four star awesome-ness
I'm reserved at Klahanie campground and will be heading up Friday and leaving Monday. It looks pretty scenic, has showers, and is $30 a night for a car and two people.
If you don't fancy joining us (or it's full) there are a few other campgrounds to pick from in the area.
I'll email all the rsvp-ers nearer the date and we can trade numbers to ensure late arrivals or lostee's (it happens) can locate us or catch up or get directions (if I don't reply immediately give it a little while, I might be climbing, belaying someone, or just out of breath from hiking)
Basically when you see the champagne colored Toyota Corola with
the 'LA County Coroner' sticker you're in the right place. At the crags look for the 'Union Jack' painted climbing helmet.
Stuff to Bring
Essentials: Harness, shoes, water, sunblock. PASSPORT or one of the following...
Would be handy if you have them: Rope, helmet, quickdrawers, ATC, cams, chalk, anchors, safety slings and such.
Camping: Tent, food, firewood, sleeping bag.
Also, for those who like a beer or other bev after a good days climbing, Canada has a decent sized tax on everything so if you want to keep costs down you might want to bring your own which is limited at the border as follows: 1.5 litres of wine, or 1.14 litres (40 ounces) of liquor, or 24 x 355 millilitres (12 ounces) cans or bottles (8.5 litres) of beer or ale.