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Horne Lake; Globetrotters, amphitheatre, She stole the shirt off my back  


Ryan - Horne Lake - Photo:Mat Kasunich

Ryan - Horne Lake - Photo:Mat Kasunich

Jack projecting Globe Trotters 5.13d Photo:Ryan Larkin
 

Jack projecting Globe Trotters 5.13d Photo:Ryan Larkin

James Pierotti - She stole the shirt off my back - 5.10c - Photo:Ryan Larkin
James Pierotti leading hard on "She stole the shirt off my back" 5.10c. Photo by Ryan Larkin
Melissa and James in the amphitheatre - Photo:Ryan Larkin
Melissa and James route finding in the amphitheatre. Photo by Ryan Larkin
Ryan Larkin - Globetrotters -  5.13d - Photo by Melissa Umphrey
Ryan Larkinís attempt at "Globetrotters" Horne Lake, 5.13d, great route! I fell off three moves after this picture was taken. Photo by Melissa Umphrey

Horne Lake April 25 2005 - Ryan Larkin


Horne Lake climbing photo from August 2003 Brian McMillan
 
Horne Lake climbing photo from August 2003 Brian McMillan
 

These were taken at Horne Lake in August 2003
Brian McMillan
Horne Lake climbing photo from August 2003 Brian McMillan
 
Horne Lake climbing photo from August 2003 Brian McMillan
 
climbing photo by Josh McCulloch
Horne lake
climbing photo by Josh McCulloch
Horne lake
climbing photo by Josh McCulloch
Horne lake
climbing photo by Josh McCulloch
Horne lake
climbing photo by Josh McCulloch - http://www.joshmcculloch.com/


climbing photo - Horne Lake

Horne Lake


The access to and the crags themselves have been purchased from the Texada Land corp, by the leaseholders around the lake. They have formed a strata council which is now in negotiations with local area climbers to come up with an access & usage agreement.

The Strata Council and Property Maintenance Committee have received information from Access BC re access to the climbing areas. The council has not made any decisions on this matter and have not authorized climbing.

The strata council has asked climbers not to access the crags until an agreement has been reached although it is my understanding that they are not calling the RCMP to ticket for trespass.

The strata council will have your car towed if it is left overnight.

July 2003: nothing is resolved. Some council members have taken to writing down climber's licence plate #s, whatever that means but I don't think they're into towing or ticketing this year.


Horne Lake crag is located on the north west end of Horne lake

directions: On the new Island Hwy travel 12 km north of the Qualicum Beach / Port Alberni exit. Turn west off the hwy and follow the signs toward Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park. Black top turns to well maintained gravel. 8 or 10 km along the road, just before you reach the park, you will see the faces off to the right. There is a logging road spur off the main road. Access the base to the left on the spur for aprox 100 yards and then up a worn path.
Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada

Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada

Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada

Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada
next craig to the east

Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada
Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada
Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada
Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada
Horne Lake rock climbing, Vancouver Island, Canada

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