Daily Archives: January 20, 2014

Gord McArthur is competing at the the UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup. Recently, he had a road-side operation at a gas station, one that might have saved his competition year. McArthur, along with Nathan […]

Western Canada has had a week of warm, dry weather. Many climbers put the skies and ice gear away and laced up the rock shoes. Squamish, B.C.  Winter on the west coast is an […]

January 18, Montreal’s Allez Up hosted an exciting competition. More than 100 competitors and hundreds of spectators filled Allez Up for the fourth stage of the Quebec Cup for juniors and second stage for […]

North Shore Rescue leader Tim Jones passes away at Vancouver’s Mount Seymour. A North Shore Rescue (NSR) press release on January 19 said, “Tim passed away on the trail on Mt. Seymour after completing team […]

There is a science to taping an inured finger. Watch the video below for tips on how to keep your injury from getting worse.

RescYou Crevasse Rescue Device recalled by Mammut due to risk of injury. Hazard: The small toothed cam blocking the pull-cord may not lock securely causing reduced efficiency and possibly delaying a rescue, which could […]

Quebec’s classic ice climb. Montmorency Falls Park offers one of the most beautiful ice climbs in eastern Canada. The rock around the falls mark the eastern end of the Canadian Shield which formed one-billion […]