Japanese climbers Noboru Kikuchi of Japan and Yamada Toshiyuki and Takeshi Tani of Alberta spent the past month in the Waddington Range on Canada’s West Coast. They climbed the north face of Bravo via […]
The historic crag of Kinnarid near Castlegar, B.C., has been saved from development. The Association of West Kootenay Rock Climbers (TAWKROC) raised the funds to purchase the private land, which the bluffs sit on. Craig […]
Tom Peckitt has sent over this short edit of all the top V11s listed in the third edition of the Squamish Bouldering Guide. The problems are The Egg, Encore Une Fois, Agoraphobia and The Perfect Cave.
It’s that time of year for the best Canadian Youth and Open climbers to travel to the Rockies for the National Difficulty competition. You will be able to follow MC Pete Woods on Gripped’s […]
Lydia Bradey is now known as the first woman to summit Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen. She grew up in New Zealand with her mother who struggled financially. As a teenager, she took up […]
At the end of April, Ueli Steck and David Goettler arrived in Nepal to open a new route on Shishapangma’s south face. During the first two weeks, they acclimatized in Khumbu Valley. They managed travelled […]
The Tragically Hip are one of Canada’s leading bands. With countless tours across Canada over their 36-year career, many climbers hold them close to heart. On May 24, the band announced lead singer Gord […]