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Mina LW Sends 5.14b

A short video of Mina Leslie-Wujastyk repeating Mecca Extension 5.14b at Raven Tor in the Peak District. This was the first female ascent of this classic 5.14b and the first 5.14b by a british woman in the U.K. “It was super inspiring to see the effort she put into the
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White Cliffs Competition

Red Bull’s White Cliffs competition is taking place this weekend in the U.K. Some of the world’s best ice and mixed climbers have gathered to climb some of the wildest chalk routes on the planet. Over 100 metres of steep and pumpy chalk. We will have the full results
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El Matador M11/12

Watch Gord McArthur on his route in Bull River Canyon called El Matador. Gordon McArthur from Brian Dalrymple on Vimeo.
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Pee Wee climbs hard new crack

The Canadian crack-master, Jean-Pierre (Pee Wee) Ouellet, has climbed a new hard crack in Indian Creek. Pee Wee is one of the world’s best crack climbers. While visiting Indian Creek this fall, he’s managed to climb a new 5.13 crack. He named his hard new line Zebras
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Ontario Mixed Clinic by Nathan Kutcher

Nathan Kutcher, the dark horse winner at the renowned Ouray Ice Festival two years ago, and Rebecca Lewis will present a pre-season two-day outdoor clinic on mixed climbing as a fundraiser for their upcoming Ice World Cup season. To maximize the attention the participants should
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Jonathan Siegrist crushes Rumney classic

Jonathan Siegrist sends the Rumney, New Hampshire classic Livin’ Astro 5.14c on his second try. Livin’ Astro by Mountain Project: Livin’ Astro is perhaps the most stunning and Aesthetic line in the entire east. Before the holds on Jaws were broken in 2006, this
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Frozen Titans: Helmcken Falls

With a team of three friends, Will Gadd heads to Canada’s wildest ice cave at British Columbia’s Helmcken Falls in the heart of winter. His goal is to put up an extremely difficult seven-pitch mixed climbing route through more than 150 meters of sketchy rock, hazardous ice, and
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Rockies Earthquake Confirmed

A small earthquake has been confirmed near the mountain town of Banff, in the Bow Valley. The 2.7 magnitude earthquake was recorded roughly four kilometres southwest of the town site, about 20 kilometres west of Canmore. Natural Resources Canada says it happened today at 5:42
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Nepal Avalanche: 28 dead and search continues

The recent avalanche in Nepal has killed at least 28 people, including four Canadians. The search continues and Canadians anxiously await messages from loved ones. There are a number of people still missing. They are from Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, Toronto and a number of
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New Canadian Men’s Speed Climbing Record in Korea

Robert Stewart-Patterson has set a new Canadian Men’s Speed Climbing record at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup event in Mokpo, Korea Stewart-Patterson, who finished in eighth place at the event, actually broke the Canadian record twice at the
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