Daily Archives: July 14, 2014

A compilation of images and videos from feel-good mountain moments set to music. Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds […]

Brian Spear and Ian Greant have established a new 5.10 on Armadillo Buttress in Grotto Canyon, about an hour drive from Calgary. Spear and Greant are long-time route developers in the Rockies with a number of […]

A promotional aid for a climber who inexplicably seems to need a helping hand in the dating department.  

The classic East Face of California’s highest peak, if you haven’t climbed it then put it on the must-do list.  

A new six-pitch 5.11+ has been established to the left of the famous Rock On in Squamish. Stu Smith was walking his highline between the Opal and the top of the Apron three years […]

The second IFSC Lead World Cup took place in Chamonix from July 10 to 12. The weather was far from perfect for the outdoor event, but the climbing was great. Chamonix was the site of […]