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Squamish Bouldering - on my own, ok ?( friendly? )

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Heading to Squamish in a few hours. I am thinking of bouldering on my own, but wondering how it would be to go to one of the bouldering areas on my own. I have never bouldered outside before, have a pad though ( Level indoors comfortable V1, V2's can do, but not as well).


But, are people there friendly and I could get a spot if needed and so forth? I only have one pad, and not sure if that is enough anyway.

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For the most part people are friendly and if you're outgoing you should be able to get a spot or work the same problem as other people. One pad is fine and there are tons of low problems. A lot of the high star rating problems are high-balls but get on some 1 star routes if they look fun and safe.


I don't know about the grades at your gym but you might want to start off with some V0- or V0 to get you started. Squamish grades are on the hard side for me.

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