Gripped Magazine

February 20, 2014

Northern Quebec’s Far-Off, Monster Ice

Canada is an ice climbers playground. People often think of the Canadian Rockies when picturing 250-metre, WI6 routes, but as Jasmin Fauteux discovered years ago, northern Quebec has some of the biggest, wildest ice in Canada. Quebec Gold  Story and Photos by Jasmin Fauteux
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Trailer: Wide Boyz II

The much-anticipated follow-up to the block buster film Wide Boyz will be released in April 2014. Wide Boyz II, Slender Gentlemen, follows UK’s funny, hard climbing duo of Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker as they take on some of the world’s thinnest cracks. Wide Boyz
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Quebec’s La Voie Lactee, 5.12c

Beautiful granite climbing on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec. A short film by La Grange Qui Penche a Droite, Films d’Escalade
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Hueco Tanks Roundup

The 2014 Hueco Rock Rodeo was a success, new routes were climbed and hard repeats went down. Canada’s Sean McColl placed third. The 21st Annual Hueco Rock Rodeo had its highest turnout to date, with 175 competitors from all over the globe. The scoring works as such: the top
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The Rainbow Wall

Red Rocks, Nevada, is one of the most popular winter climbing destinations in the Americas. With countless classics, short and long, it is no wonder why climbers make the journey. One of the finest routes is Rainbow Wall. The Rainbow Wall towers over the rest of Red Rocks. The
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An Illustrated Film: A Temporada

Erick Grigorovski brings us the tale of Waldo, a tiny boulderer with a larger-than-life dream to climb his project. A Temporada from Erick Grigorovski on Vimeo.
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