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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