A number of questions have been surfacing on various groups regarding the falcon closures. Here is the official statement from BC Parks.
June 29, 2017: Closure of climbing routes to protect falcons are no longer in effect
Juvenile falcons at Stawamus Chief have fledged and are flying well, so climbing routes in the South Gully area of the Chief are now open and no other closures are expected until next year’s falcon breeding season. Thanks to the climbing community for their cooperation and support in the efforts to protect falcons nesting at Stawamus Chief!
Falcons may still visit the South Gully and other areas of the Chief. If you encounter a falcon please keep your distance, and if birds appear agitated, leave the area as soon as possible.