Daily Archives: May 9, 2014

The Golden Nugget is one of dozens of new crags that have been developed around Squamish the last few seasons. The Golden Nugget is hidden in the trees across the highway from Nightmare Rock […]

Chamonix’s famous Cosmique Arete was first climbed by George and Maxwell Finched in August 1911. From Summit Post: The Cosmiques Ridge is a supurb varied route which is justifiably popular. It is the perfect introduction […]

The Anamalai Wildlife Sactuary anti-poachers will be trained in rock climbing and rappelling techniques. In 1976, the Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary was established, to be renamed Anamalais (Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary) in 1987. It is […]

This snow bridge is on Mount Andromeda in the Columbia icefields. The climbers are students. The scary thing is that they crossed this bridge going up. If you were going downhill roped to your […]

Here is a collection of climbing gear patents from chocs to cams.          

Want to climb compression moves like Jule Wurm? She reveals her training and why it’s important.

The summer forecast is calling for a balancing-out of the Canadian climate, from east to west climbers should be celebrating what’s ahead. The record ice coverage on the Great Lakes and a dip in […]