Daily Archives: January 3, 2014

January, 2014 – New routes climbed in Nova Scotia by Greg Hughes, Cory Hall, Luc Gallant, Matt Peck and Max Fisher. Click here for an ice climber’s guide to Nova Scotia. Cape D’Or Enter the […]

Crown Jewel One of Tahoe’s finest unclimbed lines, Crown Jewel, was sent by Kyle O’Meara this past summer. It climbs a perfectly clean 10-metre overhanging wall with sustained moves throughout. The boulder sits in […]

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2014 World Champion Climber, Sasha DiGuilian will be the Opening Night Speaker at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, on February 7 at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver.  […]

Lyman Spitzer, Jr. was a theoretical physicist, astronomer and as a mountaineer, he made the first ascent of Mount Thor, 1,675 m, with David Morton in 1965. Spitzer established the Cutting Edge Award with the American Alpine Club. […]

In 2011, the first bouldering World Cup came to Cananda and was hosted in Canmore. The event was made possible by Dung Nguyen, who is now based from Allez Up in Montreal. This year […]

New East Coast Ice on Poke-O-Moonshine Jeff Lowe climbed Stingray, WI5+, in 1996 on Poke-O-Moonshine in the Adirondacks. It was an exceptional year for ice formation, few seasons have been like it. East Coast climbers […]

Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey, have made the first ascent of the Supercouloir de Peuterey Integral, III, 90 degrees, on the Mont Blanc range. Supercouloir de Peuterey, III, ice and mixed to 90 degrees, on the East/North East […]