Recent Articles

Are You New to Ice Climbing? Here Are 10 Helpful Tips

Being prepared can lead to better days on the ice this year

Canada’s Hardest Bouldering Problems

Canadian bouldering has exploded this year. New V13s have been established all over the country.

Totem Cams – The Most Versatile Cam on the Market?

The cams have a narrow head, flexible stem, and freakishly strong holding power

10 Spring Climbing Tips for a Fun Season

Climbers are already heading to crags in parts of Canada thanks to early spring-like temps

It’s Tick Season in Canada so Check for Ticks

Climbers have already been finding ticks crawling on gear and clothing in spring 2022

A Beginner’s Guide to Outdoor Bouldering

From pad management to spotting, some great reminders for early-season climbing

Greg Hughes: New Brunswick Climber on the East Coast Scene

New Brunswick had 64 new routes at 13 different crags established in 2021 and the community continues to grow

Watch Ice Climber Take Huge Fall With Collapsing Ice Pillar

John Freeman walks away from epic accident in the Rockies

For the Tick-List: The Professor Falls WI4, Six Pitches

It’s one of the best routes at the grade in the Rocky Mountains with the final pitch being the steepest and most fun

Grand Wall’s Split Pillar Moved on the 1961 FA

The famous Squamish pitch was first climbed using aid by Ed Cooper and Jim Baldwin