September 23, 2010 – New Website Provides Updated Mountain Conditions

Canmore based alpinist Scott Semple has put together a new website that consolidates all of the ACMG Mountain Condition Reports.

No Tengkangpoche Summit, but Success, on Huge Himalayan Pillar

Quentin Roberts and Juho Knuuttila reached a new highpoint and are down safely

Here’s the Route Climbed by Lama, Roskelley and Auer on Howse

And hear what John Roskelley thinks happened leading up to their tragic deaths

Canadians Head to Nepal for Big Alpine Walls

The north pillar of Tengkangpoche is a huge rock wall between two glaciated faces that have been climbed

Quentin Lindfield-Roberts Solos Striving for the Moon VI

Mount Temple has long been the scene of bold ascents, from first ascents on the north face to fast and light free solos on many of the demanding climbs. Quentin Lindfield-Roberts has made a […]

Alik Berg Climbs Big Line on Mount Temple

Mount Temple in the Canadian Rockies is one of Canada’s most iconic peaks with a number of classic alpine routes. Alik Berg recently climbed a potential new route up an obvious feature on the […]

Rare Winter Ascent of Sphinx Face on Mount Temple

Mount Temple’s north facing walls have long been an objective of alpine climbers. Noboru Kikuchi, Toshiyuki Yamada and Eijiro Matsumoto have made a rare winter ascent, possibly only the second, of the 1,000-metre Sphinx […]

New Bugaboos Mixed Route on South Howser

On October 16, Takeshi Tani and Toshiyuki Yamada climbed a new route on the South Howser in the Bugaboos. Their new route is one of the most obvious in the range and surprisingly had […]

Fall in the Bugaboos: Alpine mixed!

The Bugaboos in eastern B.C. had one of their busiest summers and it seems the rush isn’t over yet. Bryce Brown, Juan Henriquez and Jorge Ackermann recently climbed Perma Grin M5, WI4R, D+ on […]