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Northern Faces: Adam Reeve

Reeve's involvement with the Ontario Access Coalition (OAC) started when the Halfway Log Dump area was shut down for climbing. He was involved in the development of the area and felt that it was time to change the negative misconceptions the public had about climbing.
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How Goes the Guide Book?

When we think about getting out for a day on the rock, up a peak, or a week away, a natural first thought is usually the climbing itself. The second thought is how to get there and succeed.
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Traditional Sport Climbing in FRANCE.

Europe has been the source of climbing innovation, rather than traditionalism.Yet, you can still visit the old school crags and experience routes on which modern climbing was founded.
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Rockies Legends:

Canadian Mountaineering wouldn't be where it is today if not for a select group of dedicated and wildly ambitious climbers.
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The Not-so-Accidental Tourist:

Recently, rumours surfaced online that folks out in the Kootenays were developing the potential around Nelson. I had to check it out for myself.
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Victory and Tragedy on Nanga Parbat

Linked by our will to get to the top of the Couloir, we were completely detached from success or failure, movement becoming the only thing that mattered.
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Under the Milky Way

The Grampians are found in Western Victoria, the southernmost state of mainland Australia. It has hundreds of crags and thousands of routes and boulder problems.There is world-class trad climbing, superb sport climbing, as well as that classic Australian tradition, the mixed
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Six Rockies Ice Classics

For forty years, the Rockies have been a world-class ice climbing destination and in the words of Bugs Mckeith,"(In the ) winter of 72-73 the seeds were planted of what was to blossom into one of the most exciting things that has happened in the Rockies since the big peadks were
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Sharpen Your Ice Technique

Whether you are mixed or waterfall climbing, good technique and planning will lead to a higher chance of success and more fun.
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A Mexican Climbing Road Trip

We stuck to plan 'A' Indian Creek first, then southern California granite next. We would chase the sun wherever it was warm enough to climb.
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