Voluntary Recall on Perfect Descent Auto Belays

October 21st, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Indoor Climbing, News | No Comments »

No one has been injured, but the company is taking precautions


Good on a Rope: Learning to Lead

October 11th, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Indoor Climbing, Routes | No Comments »

Lead climbing is sick. There are a million reasons but here are three: big falls, big fear, and absolute precision. Whether inside or out, climbing on lead allows a climber to experience the most […]


The Five Do’s and Don’ts of Gym Climbing

October 7th, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Indoor Climbing, International | 2 Comments »

Indoor climbing tips to remember for your next session


What’s the best rubber for your rock shoes?

October 4th, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Accessories, Apparel, Articles, Bouldering, Footwear, Profiles | Comments Off on What’s the best rubber for your rock shoes?

Get a run down on some of the most common rubber on your climbing shoes


What is Your Bouldering Body Type?

October 1st, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Indoor Climbing, Profiles | Comments Off on What is Your Bouldering Body Type?

Tall, small, strong and lean all have their advantages


Radical Rounds at Bloc Shop Open 2019

October 1st, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Comps, Indoor Climbing | Comments Off on Radical Rounds at Bloc Shop Open 2019

Kaito Watanabe stands before the packed stadium of Montreal’s 2019 Bloc Shop Open. His arms swing, skin cooling against the circulating air. Chalk explodes onto the scene. The crowd is restless. A moment passes. […]


Climbing’s Combined Olympic Format Promises a Brutal Day in Tokyo

September 20th, 2019 by Noah Walker | Posted in Competition, Indoor Climbing | Comments Off on Climbing’s Combined Olympic Format Promises a Brutal Day in Tokyo

Sean McColl is the only Canadian, so far, that is competing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics