Adam Ondra has established most of the world’s hardest routes and according to 8a.nu, he is continuing the trend at Flatanger. On his scorecard, he wrote, “Absolutely crazy inverted roof boulder problem after having […]
Nico Favresse has sent an update about new routes that have been climbed on Baffin Island in northern Canada. The Island has some of the world’s biggest granite monoliths and while climbers have been […]
The first ascent of this classic 13-pitch 5.10b was by Les McDonald, Hank Mather and Fred Becky in 1962. The route climbs the edge of the North Gully along the top of the Sheriff’s Badge. […]
After a year of closure, Cape Croker is now officially open for climbing and bouldering again. Since its inception as a Park in 1967 by the Department of Lands and Forests (now the Ministry […]
Alberta climber Josh Pelland was recently injured while climbing at the Smoke Bluffs in Squamish. Details are not clear, but Pelland fell about 20 metres walking off a crag. His friend Brandon MacMullin wrote […]
In the summer, Canadians head south to find warm weather, but in summer, Americans head north to find cool weather. Watch Jason Kehl sample some of Squamish’s classic problems. Follow Kehl on Instagram here.
As part of a select expedition team led by British climber Leo Houlding, Sheffield-based adventure filmmakers Coldhouse Collective have documented the challenging first ascent of the northwest face of Greenland’s 1,200-metre Mirror Wall. This autumn, […]