Recent Articles

If a Route Name is Offensive, We Have to Change It

It doesn’t matter if you don’t find it offensive, if someone does then that’s enough

Ending Colonialist and Racist Place and Route Names

Examples from the Bow Valley and why we need to continually work on finding more inclusive names for peaks, places and route names

More New Rock Climbs in B.C.’s Marble Canyon

Marble Canyon Provincial Park is northeast of Lillooet and west of Cache Creek

A Day Climbing in the Mountains with Legend Tim Auger

On his classic Banff National Park route: Homage to the Spider

Canmore is Different Than 2005, But the Same

15 years in one of Canada’s highest towns in the heart of the Bow Valley

Squamish Climbing 1950s: First Routes and “Goose Rock”

The early days of Squamish climbing, including the first recorded rock climbs

Hey Climbers, Sorry But We Can’t Rock Climb Yet

During the global pandemic and national lockdown, everyone is being asked to practice patience and stay off the rocks

Wasfia Nazreen, First Bangladeshi up 7 Summits, Has Coronavirus

The top mountaineer has been updating the world with her conditions on social media

What’s the Role of Climb/Ski Facebook Groups During Coronavirus

Should administrators be pinning warnings about the global pandemic or going about business as usual?

Should Some of Canada’s Backcountry Close? Some Say Yes

Most search and rescue groups don’t have the equipment they need to stop the transmission of the coronavirus