Recent Articles

The North Twin: 10 Years After, by Barry Blanchard and Dave Cheesmond

“There are no continuous crack systems, almost no ledges and it is very steep. We still feel confident about making the climb.” – George Lowe, AAJ 1975

Throwback to Highlights From the 2015 Psicobloc

It was the third annual Psicobloc at Park City, Utah

Watch a Throwback to the First Ascent of the Split Pillar

The famous Squamish pitch was first climbed back in 1961 by Ed Cooper and Jim Baldwin

Stretches to Avoid Elbow Pain from Climbing

Climbers most commonly suffer from medial epicondylitis or golfer’s elbow;

Watch Climbers on Man Yoga, a Big Stanley Headwall M8

The 250-metre route has become a test-piece Rockies modern mixed climb

Ice Season Warm-Up: Watch Sarah Hueniken Send M12

As she becomes the first Canadian woman to tick the grade with Musashi

Six Great Early Season Ice Climbing Tips

From learning about avalanches to training early, here’s how to prepare for ice season

El Potrero Chico Pioneer Ed Wright Was a Legend

He established hundreds of pitches and was a friend to countless climbers who visited Mexico

Stoked at Home: Raphael Slawinski on New Hard Rockies Mixed

The hard steep rock and ice line has not been repeated

Five Years Ago: Skiers Find Bold Line on South Goodsir

Two Rockies locals climbed and skied this big B.C. line