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Watch Rock Climbing in B.C. in 1954 with ACC

A throwback to when technical rock climbing was new in Canada

In this short documentary vignette, members of the Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) display their skill and talk to host Fred Davis about why they climb.

The film take us to a ten-thousand-foot peak in Yoho National Park, a practice slope on Grouse Mountain near Vancouver, and a steep precipice known as Devil’s Leap, providing ample scope for a demonstration of mountain climbing.

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2019 Canadian Alpine Journal has been released! (link in profile) . New routing in windy Patagonia, big (and wet) coastal FA's, thin air and mountain essays – all things you'll find in the latest edition of the Canadian Alpine Journal. . Editor (@canmoron_sean) and contributing authors have all put their heart into this publication, so we hope you enjoy the spirit of our climbing community in print! . Follow the link above to get a sneak preview of the content and also read @quentinclimbing's piece "MA’s Visión". . Cover: @bretteharrington on pitch three (12a) of Crouching Tiger, Chinese Puzzle Wall, Cascade Mountains. 📷: @browniephoto. . #ACCCAJ #canadianalpinejournal

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1954 Rock Climbing

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