Elaine and I went out to BC for some rock climbing "outside" the Canadian Rockies. Mount Sabine was a close area just above Canal Flats along the Kootenay River Valley. We climbed a 3 pitch sport route called Easy Honey, which ascended the cliff face on the steep south face of the small mountain. We had to make a near 400 meter approach up horribly loose scree to get to the ledge at the base of the route. The route was supposedly 5.10b but nothing felt harder than 5.9. We rappelled the route, although the top of the 2nd and 3rd pitches did not have rap rings.