This is a weekly summary of top climbing stories from April 20 to April 27.
Brette Harrington and Rose Pearson climb a big new alpine route in the Canadian Rockies.
At 16, Laura Rogora has established a new 5.14+.
Legendary Canadian rock climber talks about altering existing route.
Alberta-based blacksmith is making hammers and pitons for climbers.
Top route developer explains why you shouldn’t top-rope directly through anchors.
The first ascent of a hard problem goes up on the world’s most expensive boulder.
The founder of the company Wild Country passed away.
A number of Canadian teams are in the Himalayas climbing this year.
The first reported ascent of a big B.C. mountain was likely the first ascent.
Here are five great Toronto-area crags for spring.