The strong father/son team of Kevin and Tony McLane can often be seen in Squamish. Kevin is the author of many great guidebooks to the area and to western Canada and Tony is one […]
Squamish is one of the hubs of hard Canadian climbing, from burly boulders to technical wall climbs. Here are a few clips from Canada’s West Coast climbing town. Click on the clip to watch. […]
First climbed in 1975 by Nick Taylor and Peter Peart, Split Beaver has become a must-climb test-piece for 5.10 offwidth fans. You start by pulling over a bulge that leads to a crack that […]
Crusher Jon Siegrist recently visited Squamish for the Arc’teryx Climbign Academy. Before teaching a lengthy strength clinic to a few dozen keen climbers, he sessioned at Paradise Valley with local sender Tom Wright. The […]
Canada has countless alpine ridges from the Pacific to Atlantic. Some are long, complicated and dangerous, while others are moderate, short and esthetic. For the purpose of this list, we are looking at ridges […]
Chris Small has uploaded new route information to Quickdraw Publications. He and others have recently completed a new crag at Murrin Park called Rainbows and Unicorns. In citing the reason for the name, he […]
Marc-Andre Leclerc is one of Canada’s leading rock and alpine climbers. He specializes in bold solos on steep rock and big alpine walls. Watch him solo High Plains Drifter 5.11+ in Squamish.