As we head into the second week of Canadian bouldering comps, climbers across the country are registering in record numbers to try their luck in the circuit.

Quebec

The second FQME comp of the year will be taking place at Le Mouv in Montreal.

Ontario

True North in Toronto is no stranger to hosting major comps and on Oct. 19 they’ll be the site of a Youth D and Youth E event and on Oct. 20 a Youth C.

Alberta

Climbers will be travelling to Lethbridge to take part in an Open, Youth A and Junior competition on Oct. 19. The comp will be going on at Coulee Climbing, a family-owned bouldering gym. This is their first major comp.

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We’re excited to host the first local comp of the 2019 ACA Bouldering season! Athletes from all over AB, BC and SK competing for provincial rankings. In preparation, the gym will be closed Thursday and Friday for routesetting. The front wall will still be available. If you’re interested in volunteering, send us a message or pop over to our website to sign up 😁 #couleeclimbing #couleeclimbinggym #objectclimbing #boulderingproblems #routesetters #routesetting #justgoclimb #climbingisfun #climbyourimpossible #rockclimbing #bouldern #bouldering #boulderinglife #indoorclimbing #boulderingwall #indoorbouldering #boulderinggym #lethbridgeclimbing #boulderingcomp #lethbridgeevents #lethbridgealberta

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B.C.

This week’s competition takes place in the sunny Okanagan, home to Skaha and the Kelowna Boulderfiels. Gneiss will be hosting its annual Pop and Lock comp on Oct. 19.

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