Recent Articles

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

It’s Tick Season in Canada so Check for Ticks

Climbers have already been finding ticks on themselves in 2021

10 Spring Climbing Tips for a Fun Season

Have a fun and safe 2021 spring!

Story: The Wild Thing by Barry Blanchard and Peter Arbic

The alpine route is one of the most sought-after in the Rockies

Watch climbers on classic East End Boys 5.12 in Rockies

It’s one of the most repeated 5.12 mixed routes on Yamnuska

Top 15 Hard Rockies Must-Climb Multi-Pitch

If you’re looking for a hard route to work on this summer, look no further

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

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

Stretches to Avoid Elbow Pain from Climbing

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