Lakit lake

BC Climbing: LakitSituated right by Fort Steele, BC, Lakit climbing is a mere 15-minute drive from the bustle of Cranbrook. The peaceful lakeside setting features a stunningly scenic Rocky Mountain backdrop, an extremely short and nearly flat approach, and free camping in the parking area. Lakit climbing is best in spring and fall. As the cliffs face south, sunny winter days can also make for decent climbing temps.The character of Lakit climbing tends to involve long reaches between slopey holds, with some juggier outings as well. The angle varies from vertical to horizontal, with the majority of climbs falling somewhere in between these two extremes. The rock is quartzite, with distinctive lines of features and few-to-no intermediates to help out the shorter folk. Routes vary in length from 50 to 80 feet.Lakit’s 65 routes favor those seeking to climb in the 5.10 to 5.13 range, with a handful of easier and harder routes as well. Recommended routes include the following:Below 5.10: Boot Camp (6)5.10: Kamikaze (10b)5.11: Bubble Wrap (11b)5.12: Air Mail (12c)5.13: Mayday (13a)

Here are the 2 heroes who already climbed this spot

Don't hesitate to ask them some tips, they are awesome.
Seth Cavers

Seth Cavers

Reeve Leopold

Reeve Leopold

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Lakit lake by Reeve Leopold
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Lakit lake by Reeve Leopold
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Lakit lake by Seth Cavers
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Lakit lake by Seth Cavers
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Lakit lake by Seth Cavers
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Lakit lake by Seth Cavers
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Lakit lake by Seth Cavers
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