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Stawamus Squaw Mountain (Slhanay)  British Columbia
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges

Height: 665 m -> 2182 feet
Prominence?: 160 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Habrich (4.7 km away, at bearing 150 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Habrich (5.0 km away)

Location:   49.69559,-123.11577     49:41:44, -123:06:57   10U 491651 5504792 (10 km N of Mountain Lake). (2 km SE of Squamish). (7 km N of Sky Pilot Mountain). NTS Mapsheet: 092.G.11   AreaCode: EM93/GB91
Stawamus Squaw from above
The Stawamus Squaw, a sister peak to the Stawamus Chief, is located 2.3 km to the northeast. Although its summit is unimpressive, the peak features some difficult technical rock routes along its northwest and north faces. It can be reached by taking a right fork on the trail goes along the backside of The Chief.

Name Notes: Climbers have long called this massif "The Squaw." The word "Squaw" has been officially eliminated from all place names in British Columbia. In 2009, the name Slhanay was proposed; this is the name of the massif in the Sḵwx̱wu7mesh language. Neither name is official.

Trip Reports within 1 km
36 2016.06.07 Exploring new Trails on the Stawamus Squaw Klaus Haring
51 2016.05.30 New Sea to Summit Loop Klaus Haring
44 2013.05.05 The long Way to the Stawamus Squaw Klaus Haring
57 2007.08.04 Sky Pilot (Squamish to Britannia on foot) Dave van Zeyl

Comments
2015.04.26 Slhanay is the Preferred Name Andrew Erdely
2015.04.22 Neither Slhanay nor Squaw is official Glenn Woodsworth
2015.04.22 Stawamus Squaw Renamed Slhanay in 2009 Andrew Erdely
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
8 Stawamus Squaw from above Klaus Haring

Placename Photos
4 Squamish and Sky Pilot Group from W side of Squamish River Drew Brayshaw