Scrambles in Southwest British Columbia



Scrambling is the middle ground between hiking and mountaineering. It offers access to incredible wilderness summits without using ropes or advanced climbing techniques. In this guide, experienced hikers and mountaineers will find a wide range of route difficulties, from trails leading to summits, to challenging snow and rock ascents. Explore the spectacular peaks of the rugged Coast Mountains of Southwest British Columbia!
• 120 route descriptions
• 320 pages
• Day trips, weekend trips and multi-day outings
• Information on 11 huts with nearby scrambles
• Detailed access descriptions, including road mileages and GPS waypoints for important junctions.
• Note: Many forest service roads have changed since publication of the book, therefore a number of access descriptions are no longer accurate.
• Over 240 route photos shot during ascent and from the air
• Routes near Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton, Gold Bridge, Chilliwack and Hope

June 2021 Guidebook Reprint

Beginning in 1998, I spent a considerable amount of time scrambling in the South Coast. Click here for scrambling trip reports by the author. This resulted in the self published guidebook “Scrambles in Southwest British Columbia” which was released in 2004. Over time a number of changes to the routes in the book have occurred, click here for some updates for the routes in the book. The guidebook has been out of print for several summers but after receiving numerous request I have completed a small reprint of the original text. The book is now for sale exclusively on this website is only available for shipping within Canada.

Weight 0.420 kg
Dimensions 13 × 19.1 × 1.9 cm