It’s springtime, which means thousands of climbers will be exchanging the gym bag for the crag pack. Here are 10 things to remember when heading back outdoors. 1. Ticks, Bears and Other Bugs: Ticks are […]
Will Stanhope talks about the difference between roped climbing and free soloing in the short film below. In the summer of 2015 under cover strongmen @monkeyalltime and @jorgeackermann established the Daily Universe through the […]
The Bighorn Highway has long been an Alberta go-to climbing destination. It is the name given to the 66-kilometre Highway 40 in Kananaskis Country that runs north to south from Barrier Mountain to King […]
Sonnie Trotter takes us to Furry Creek south of Squamish for a look at his route Battle of Evermore 5.14b in the below video from 2013. “There’s never one move that’s particularly hard, it’s […]
Ticks are little critters that run wild in spring, especially in dry areas. Their bites can bring about serious long term health problems. Many of Canada’s top climbers have had tick-related illnesses in the […]
On Aug. 17, 2014 Alex Honnold celebrated his 29th birthday by soloing 290 pitches over the course of one day. In only 16 hours, Honnold averaged a climb every few minutes. “Some of the routes […]
In the fall of 2014, strong sport climber Jon Siegrist visited Ontario’s Lion’s head. Watch his impressive first-try efforts on some beautiful routes high above the Georgian Bay.