RAMPAGE is our signature event: EPIC first-of-its-kind and only outdoor bouldering Guided Tours & Comp. in Squamish! (RSVP required) *Guided tours available to assist climbers so you boulder with super stoked climbers from local and worldwide! Super Fun for all levels from V0 – VHARD! It’s optional to compete. For those who want to test their ninja skills, scorecards will be provided for the comp. portion. Please bring your own guidebook, crash pad and a pen to fill in the scorecard!
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***RAMPAGE is 100% volunteer run and costs us thousands of dollars upfront. Please register early and don’t wait for last minute to help us plan better. Registration fees support our local climbers’ host and representative: Squamish Access Society (SAS) to protect Squamish climbing, reopen old routes and increase new routes.***
Super Early Bird (Now – May 31) $25 ($5 to SAS)
June 1 – June 30 – $30 ($10 to SAS)
July 1 – July 31 – $35 ($15 to SAS)
August 1 – August 9 – $40 ($20 to SAS)
Event day (cash or credit card) $45 ($25 to SAS)
Guided Tours & Comp. Schedule
8:00am Sign-in & get morning scorecard
8:45am Orientation & Guided Tour/Comp start; complete 2 problems
1pm: Deadline to submit morning scorecard, collect afternoon scorecard, complete 2 problems
***Rampage category only use 1 scorecard and climb 4 problems for the entire 9am-6pm period***
6pm: End of Tour/Comp & Deadline to submit afternoon scorecard.
7pm: AWARD ceremony, presentations & thank you Sponsors.
***In case of hazardous weather that we have to cancel this amazing event, we will cancel the event and any revenue (if there’s any) after paying all the festival setup expenses will be donated to Squamish Access Society and Climb and Conquer Charity.
4 Comp. Category: (Male & Female)
*Guided tours available to assist climbers. Please bring your own guidebook and a pen to fill in the scorecard!
We only count top 2 problems from morning scorecard and top 2 problems from afternoon scorecard. Total V scores will be tallied up (counting number of tries). If two participants tie the point scores, the highest V point sender will win the tiebreak
***Rampage category only use 1 scorecard and climb 4 problems***
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