Star Chek Multi-Pitch
Perched above a raging river this route is not to be missed.
1 Person Only: $439
2 People: $269 per person
Duration: Half Day
Climb the majestic Star Chek multi-pitch route just south of Whistler. Perched above a raging river this route is not to be missed! Climb with a professional guide for half a day and experience one of the most scenic rock climbs in the world!
Enjoy this extremely popular route with one of our highly experienced, qualified and certified ACMG, IFMGA guides. We are the Sea to Sky’s most experienced and capable guide service, ensuring you receive unparalleled safety, professional service and a truly fun experience.
Star Chek is a classic Squamish-area rock climbing route that starts at the Cheakamus River and climbs three pitches of granite, each pitch becoming gradually more difficult. The Cheakamus River below runs from the mountains in Garibaldi Provincial Park through the Cheakamus Canyon and meets up with the Squamish River just north of the town of Squamish.
Not recommended for first time climbers, although multi-pitch climbing experience is not required. If you are new to climbing we suggest booking single pitch climbing instead.
If you’re coming from Whistler:
Meet the guide at 8:15am at the Mountain Skills Academy Office in Marketplace. We are located on the 1st floor of the building (above Dominos).
If you’re coming from Squamish:
If you’re coming from Squamish: Meet the guide at 8:15am at the Squamish Adventure Centre.
At the meeting place you will meet your guide for the day, sign a waiver, grab all your climbing gear and discuss the outlook for the day.
Next you will then drive to the climbing area and enjoy your day of climbing!
All climbing equipment is included. If you wish to bring, and use, your own equipment, please let us know in advance. It is beneficial to practice using your own equipment under the supervision of a professional.
- Climbing pants (light pants that allow maximum mobility)
- Tee shirt
- 2 Mid layer fleece or wool top
- Weatherproof shell jacket
- Down or synthetic insulating “puffy” jacket
- Warm hat
- Light gloves
- Sunglasses and sunscreen
- Approach shoes
- Daypack 25-35L
Rock Climbing Equipment – Included
- Rock climbing shoes
- Belay device
- Locking carabiner
- Chalk bag
- Anchor building equipment
The above individual climbing equipment, as well as all group climbing equipment, will be brought by your guide.
If you own your own equipment and choose to use it please let us know in advance.
Weather conditions here are constantly changing. Plan ahead, look at the weather forecast, and prepare for the potential weather conditions. Consider that when you are not climbing you can cool down quickly, so bringing layers is a good plan.