Before social media, blogs were king. Everyone had one or two and some people had three. Now, fewer people use them, but those who do are worth following. Be sure to check in to see what these top Canadian climbers are up in 2015.
The Toronto-based massage therapist made headlines this year with her big sends. It will be exciting to watch what Marieta gets up to this year.
Canada’s best competition climbing and all-round sport climber and boulderer. Sean McColl’s blog is one of the best, updated and insightful.
Canada’s alpine guru. It’s hard not be stoked and have a good laugh when Paul is around. From the Himalaya to remote Baffin, Paul is always searching. “Few things affirm the privilege of this life more than a day out in the hills with good friends.”
Leslie Timms is a guide and athlete based out of the Beaver Valley in Ontario. She has become one of Canada’s leading female climbers over the past two years.
One of the most dedicated guides and climbers in Canada, from drytooling horizontal roofs to guiding all-women groups in the Bugaboos.
Ontario’s climbing and photographer extraordinaire, he’s committed to capturing the off-piste routes of yesteryear.
Raphael has long been at the cutting edge of winter climbing and he updates his blog regularly.
Canada’s leading rock climber for the last decade. Now based in the Rockies, Sonnie’s blog is insightful, humorous and educational.
A crusher in every sense of the word. Whether it’s pumpy crag routes or big technical sport climbs, Vikki seems to be leading the pack.
From big Baffin Island walls to the Himalaya, Joshua is at the leading edge of Canadian alpinism.
One of Canada’s leading female boulderers, when Regan’s not sending blocs down south she’s busy in the Canadian comp circuit.
Young and keen, Sam has climbed with most of Canada’s leading climbers. One of the future senders on rock and ice.
Jen is one of the leading female mixed climbers in North America, from comps to the Rockies’ frozen walls.
The first Canadian to finish in the top-five at an ice climbing world cup in over a decade. He’s preparing to hit the road for the next five competitions.
Jamie has become one of Canada’s leading trad climbers. Based in Squamish, he writes great gear reviews and gripping stories.
Becca is based out of the Rockies and over the last few years, along with her sister Sara, has become two of Canada’s leading comp climbers.
One of the future rock crushers, he has been at the top of competitive climbing for years.
From hard sport routes in Mexico to high alpine adventures in Europe, Wexler does it all.
When Sarah’s not busy sending hard Squamish cracks, she’s climbing new alpine routes in Patagonia.
One of North America’s leading alpinists, Jon’s route reports are always precise and interesting.
From speed solos to big walls in the Rockies, Marc-Andre is Canada’s answer to Alex Honnold.
One of Canada’s most exciting young prospects, only competing for three years and he is at the top of the sport.