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Bouldering in Squamish saw a big resurgence with the opening of the Olympic Bobsled Rink in January 2011. In the 8 years from January 2005 to January 2011, Squamish is starting to catch up with Howe Sound which is 16 years ahead of us. In 2005, six new bouldering areas were established in the Squamish area, and the Howeson Bouldering School was founded. In 2011, the Squamish area boasts over 240 hectares of bouldering which can probably provide over 3,000 boulder problems. This has catapulted Squamish bouldering to the top of British Columbia. Many new venues have opened in this period, among them -Visenya, Theo, Ormston Jig, Swan View, Ullr's Peak, Freeskier, The Boulders, and -Sleeping Giant. There area lots of opportunities for the extreme in Squamish. Case in point: - The 7th Annual Squamish Bouldering Festival (SBSF) had over 200 people participate. The King Con show had over 1,000 people in attendance. Of those over 1,000 people, about 500 attended the Sunday night party. The combined weekend attendance was about 4,500 people.
The Forest Service plans to offer helicopter skiing (above), grade-skiing, and sledding for beginning and intermediate skiers. There remains no snow at Crane Flat, but the forecast is for a return to snowpacks of 15 to 20 inches of snow 7211a4ac4a