Day 1 - Left Vancouver around 9:30am. Drove through the night, arrived in Terrace, BC around 4am.
Day 2 - Heli out from Terrace around 7am. Granite walls grow in size and mystique as you travel West. Landing zones in the valley are very limited; hope for a bare patch of rock, otherwise the col is your best bet. We spent the day exploring the valley by foot and decided to name this place 'Pangea', for the granite behemoths that rose around us. There are multiple distinct walls in the valley that caught our attention - each rising at least several hundred meters from it's base. We named the largest wall (~1000m) the 'Nautilus Wall', as it lingered mysteriously behind the clouds and darkness. Neighbouring walls were given the names 'Extinction Wall' and 'Cambrian Wall'.
Day 3 - We set out to climb a new route up the Cambrian Wall at about 11am; simul-climbing the first two pitches, before pitching out the next seven. The route was diverse in style and quality, ranging from mossy... To see the full trip report you must login as a paid member. Use the Login Page. (message p3)
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