Five Fun Toronto-Area Crags for Canada Day

June 29th, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Profiles, Routes | Comments Off on Five Fun Toronto-Area Crags for Canada Day

Toronto is positioned between a number of great climbing areas and spring is the perfect time to leave the city to explore local rock. Below are five great crags to visit early season once […]


10 Fun Spring Climbs at Ontario’s Mount Nemo

June 6th, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Profiles, Routes | Comments Off on 10 Fun Spring Climbs at Ontario’s Mount Nemo

Mount Nemo is one of Canada’s most historic and visited climbing areas with great views and fun rock. Located southwest of Toronto, the limestone walls make up only one section of the Niagara Escarpment […]


Top 10 Quebec Climbs on Sendage

June 1st, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Profiles, Routes | Comments Off on Top 10 Quebec Climbs on Sendage

Sendage is a website where climbers can keep track of their routes and the number of ascents for each route is recorded. It’s a great place to record your information if you’re not already […]


Leslie Timms Talks About Ontario Climbing

May 10th, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Profiles, Routes | Comments Off on Leslie Timms Talks About Ontario Climbing

Over the past few years in Ontario, some once-closed crags have re-opened, new guidebooks have been published and climbers have been filling in blank spaces at popular crags. In an interview last year with […]


Watch Remote Ontario Granite Multi-Pitch Climbing

May 2nd, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Profiles, Routes, Video | Comments Off on Watch Remote Ontario Granite Multi-Pitch Climbing

In the remote forests of Ontario’s Algoma region along the Canadian Shield are a number of granite walls and domes that for some reason or another had never really been developed until the past […]


Bon Echo is Ontario’s Awesome Climbing Hut

April 18th, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Profiles, Routes | Comments Off on Bon Echo is Ontario’s Awesome Climbing Hut

Eastern Canada has so much remote and wild climbing that it could use more huts, but there’s one in Ontario that has been keeping climbers warm for decades. The Bon Echo Hut on the […]


Siegfried’s Funeral is Remote New Quebec M10

April 4th, 2018 by gripped | Posted in East, Ice, News, Profiles, Routes | Comments Off on Siegfried’s Funeral is Remote New Quebec M10

Canadians have a longer winter than usual from coast to coast to coast this year due to a polar vortex that’s keeping things icy. The prolonged cold season is good news for ice and […]