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Wild Country Electron Quickdraw Reviewed

A superb, durable, all-around draw with many features. Available singly, or in six packs

How to Become a Multi-Pitch Rock Climber in Southern Ontario

Tips to help you access tall climbs safely and have fun in 2022

Ontario Local and Grandad Garry Reiss Sends His First 5.13 at 64

“I had stood there in awe, 35 years earlier, when my buddy Kevin Lawlor got the FA of what was possibly the first 5.13 in Canada.”

Bronwyn Hodgins is in Pursuit of Difficult Big Walls

“I found out that exposure doesn’t really affect me that much and that all my experience camping, and tripping came in useful for planning. I loved big walls right away.”

Mike Doyle: one of Canada’s first to climb 5.14 is still pushing it

From El Capitan big walls and bagging peaks in the Canadian Rockies to coaching Canada’s leading climbers, his life as a climber has been nothing short of outstanding

Eight Tips to Help Maintain Access to Rock Climbing Areas

Keeping access to Canadian crags requires all climbers to follow a few simple unwritten rules

Zamberlan’s Classic Hiking Boot: the Vioz Lux GTX RR Reviewed

This is one of the best hiking boots on the market for 2022

Jenna Robinson, Squamish climber and painter

“My painting process is very similar to my route projecting process”

Imaginary Peaks, a book and a free online event about climbing hoaxes

Author Katie Ives has written a remarkable story about imaginary peaks

Wild Country Zero Offset Cams Reviewed: Serious Trad Protection

A new cam set from one of the most trusted brands in the world of climbing