The Sciora hut Facebook page posted the following video by Anna Vaninetti of a large rockfall on Piz Cengalo. In 2011 and 2012, large rockfalls were reported on PlanetMountain.com, which you can read about […]
The seventh annual FestiRoc festival will be from Sept. 16 to 18 at Parc de la Forêt Ouareau north of Montreal. There will be clinics, a Quebec climbing history presentation by Hugo Drouin and […]
Whether you are mixed or waterfall climbing, good technique and planning will lead to a higher chance of success and more fun.
It’s nearly ice/mixed climbing season and in some parts of Canada the cold temperatures are already freezing things up. Keep in mind the objective hazards of ice/mixed climbing are different than rock. Avalanche slopes, […]
Alex Honnold has been interviewed countless times and is often asked the same questions about soloing and fear. In a recent sit-down with EpicTV, Honnold answered questions about dinosaurs and talked about race car […]
Chris Singer has added a new route to Paradise Valley near Squamish. On Instagram, he reported his new route is called Kype of the Pinook and goes at 5.12+. Paradise Valley has seen a […]
Tom O’Halloran became the first Australian to climb 5.14d with the first ascent of his route Baker’s Dozen at The Pit in the Blue Mountains in June. In an interview with VerticalLifeMag.com, he said, […]