Monday, July 14, 2008

Black Dyke

We don't have a topo so we have to be a little inventive when it comes to choosing our routes. The most obvious line on the Chief is a route called "Black Dyke" (12 pitches), basically it's a black dyke of basalt rock running all the way up the granite rock face. Pretty practical when it comes to route finding: just follow the black line of rock which leads you to the top. 2 crux roof pitches, a battle of jungly slopers, and chicken wing dyno into slot, very different climbing than the usual granite climbing in Squamish. 
Check out the black dyke all the way to the ground on the first picture.
Sean doing the Johnny Dawes pose, making sure that nobody is catching up with us. (second picture) (click for larger version)

More exciting big news coming soon!!!


Walied Othman said...

dudes, ik zit tot 4 oktober in salt lake city, laat iets weten als jullie een plaats zoeken om te slapen daar.

Anonymous said...

How did Black Dyke go?