[caption id="attachment_3985" align="aligncenter" width="584"] Angel’s Crest Squamish Rock Climbing[/caption] Route description: Angel’s Crest 5.10b 13 pitches, Squamish, Canada [gallery columns="2" ids="3960,2875,2874,2873,2872,2871,2870,2868,2867,2866,2000,1869,3987,3988,3989,3990,3991,3992"] ANGLES CREST 13 pitches up a stunning arete, this rock climb is more like a mountain route than a rock climb. Angel’s Crest is a “must do" multi pitch rock climb for any rock climber that visits or lives in the Squamish area. Jam packed with interesting rock climbing up to 5.10 in difficulty, Hand jams, face, ridge traversing and exciting exposure. This Squamish multi-pitch classic rock climb has it all! Angel’s Crest is one of the ultra classic 5 star multi-pitch rock climbing routes is Squamish. First rock climbed by Les McDonald, Hank Mather and Fred Beckey in 1962 via the North Gully to bellow the Acrophobe Towers, then finished the upper section from there. They used a bit of aid to complete the climb. In May 1964 Fred Beckey and Eric Bjornstad completed the lower pitches bellow the Acrophobe Towers. The first free accent of Angel’s Crest was rock climbed by D.Loecks, P. Charak and L. DuBois in 1975.