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Gripped: The Climbing Magazine
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Sport and Adventure
Since the advent of bolted crag routes, there‚Äôs been a clear difference between sport and adventure climbing. There was a generation of climbers, around the 1980s and 1990s they‚ ...
La Sportiva Trango Tech GTX $340 Fall mountaineering requires reliable gear that will keep you moving fast to stay warm. The Trango Tech GTX is ideal for those moderate alpine line ...
Dung Nguyen started the Vsion climbing gym in Canmore 20 years ago at the age of 28. Twelve years later, he closed shop and relocated to Montreal. While in Canmore, he coached the ...
Canada Competes at Olympics Sport climbing debuted at the Tokyo Olympics this summer, with Janja Garnbret and Alberto Gines Lopez taking the gold medals for women and men. Two clim ...
Saskatchewan Rock Climbs Katee Pederson, Ashlyn George, Sabrina Heywood, Ada Krahn, Courtney Hancherow, Kristen Moore, and Sarah Hicks of Saskatchewan paddled 180 km up the Foster ...
Michelle Ang is from Toronto and started climbing after a friend in grad school suggested it to her as a fun activity to do to relieve stress over 10 years ago. She said that she f ...
Canmore Climbing Gym
Canmore is one of Canada‚Äôs top climbing towns, with world-class ice, alpine and sport routes spread across dozens of ranges. Over 20 years ago, The V‚Äôsion bouldering gym opened ...
Dead But Not Gone
Silver City is a crag at the base of Castle Mountain in the Canadian Rockies. It was developed the by late David Thomson around 20 years ago, and is now one of the busiest crags in ...
Stanley Headwall Sport Climbing
The Stanley Headwall in B.C. is one of Canada‚Äôs most popular winter ice and mixed venues, with classics like Suffer Machine WI5+ M7 and Nemesis WI6 being objectives for climbers ...
Manitoba Rock Climbing
Amidst the losses and challenges of the COVID pandemic a 2021 Ontario border closure had kept Manitoban climbers from Kenora. Having endured the long winter sans gym, frustrations ...
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