Fallen tree at Sully's Hangout, North Vancouver

16 Sep 2016 4:50 PM | Anonymous

Climbers visiting the popular Sully's Hangout sport crag (North Vancouver) should be aware that a huge tree has fallen sideways across the North Wall and is currently hung up at the top of the cliff by several smaller trees. Whilst the fallen snag impedes access to several climbs, it appears to be reasonably well anchored. This will likely change as storm season approaches and the smaller trees weaken under the load. CASBC is aware that removal of the tree is necessary before it becomes a real hazard. However, due to the delicate access situation at Sully's, we emphasize at this time that climbers should NOT attempt to remove the tree, as an appropriate strategy is currently being reviewed.   

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