Summer kicked off a few weeks ago and since then, climbers have been showing off their skills on stone and plastic. Here are a few big moves and sends since Summer Solstice. Click on […]
One of the first climbing gyms in Quebec was called La Montagne en Ville Roc Gyms opened in 1993. Now there are dozens of gyms throughout the province with nearly 100,000 people who go […]
It doesn’t matter if you are male or female; getting your ass up that project is going to be a chore. Yet there are some unique circumstances that shape and influence women climbers.
Summer is the time for trad climbing and for making those dream routes a reality. Payback for all the effort you put-in at the indoor wall over winter. It’s about fitting in climbs after […]
Bryce Brown has been a contributor to Gripped for the past few years. One of his big pieces in the magazine featured photos from his trip to Mount Logan in the spring of 2015. Accompanied […]
Okanagan bouldering is on fire. Not in the literal sense, like the 2003 inferno that raged through the Boulderfields region. Still, the bouldering scene in BC’s Okanagan Valley is heating up. This year’s Rock […]
On June 11, the Bouldering World Cup made a stop in Vail, Colorado. It was the only World Cup in North America this year. It took place at the GoPro Mountain Games, a high […]