The New Covid-19 Climbing Ethics

As everyone returns to the outdoors, how might climbers help keep each other safe? These are the new Covid-19 climbing ethics

The New Covid-19 Climbing Ethics

As everyone returns to the outdoors, how might climbers help keep each other safe? These are the new Covid-19 climbing ethics

Canada’s Hardest Boulders

Canadian bouldering has exploded this year. New V13s have been established all over the country. Where is Canada’s first V15?

Granite In Motion through Squamish Photography

Squamish Photography has come to be defined by Jacob Scharfman and his photos. How does he find his focus amid two passions?

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Routes

Five Must-Climb Rockies 5.11s, from Off-Piste to Well-Travelled

From Jasper to the Ghost to the Bow Valley, these are all worthy of a day to the mountains

Gear

Rock Climbing Mistakes: Back-Clipping is Dangerous

A back-clipped quickdraw can unclip in a fall, which could result in a bigger and more dangerous fall than expected

Events

Watch Free Talk by Mind Tools for Climbers on April 21

The webinar is intended to help dial in your head game for this rock season

Video

Watch First Ski Descent of Cascade’s East Face in Banff

Three local climbers dropped into one of the most often-looked at faces in the Bow Valley

Indoor Climbing

Megalith is a New Kind of Hangboard

The Megalith Hangboard is a new kind of training tool. This highly adjustable model offers more possible grip positions than its peers.

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December/January 2020/21

Climate Change and Ice Climbing

Will Stanhope, Canadian rock legend

Climbing Mount Robson

Ontario Ice Climbing

New Toronto Gym

Shasa Alexandriw is Thunder Bay Crusher