Daily Archives: May 16, 2014

Sometimes the best whippers are the ones that never happened or, in this case, the fall that never happened. Watch as a climber clips into a rope moments before the ice climb falls apart.

Climbers have been heading to Lion’s Head for decades. It is one of Canada’s most aesthetic crags and boasts a number of Canada’s landmark routes. Above Isthmus Bay in Georgian Bay, Ont., steep cliffs […]

Slovenian Janja Garnbret, 15, has made an ascent of Katakombe 5.14a in Kotecnik, Slovenia. She had previously climbed a number of 5.13+ routes and had attempted Katakombe in 2013. She is currently a European […]

On Friday, May 16 the fourth stage of the World Cup will take place in Innsbruck, Austria. A record number of participants have signed up to compete. There are 71 females and 85 males who […]