North Ridge (EEOR)

Escape the crowds and venture out to the far side of EEOR (east end of Rundle). This cliff is full of many classic Rockies style rock routes and the North Ridge is no different. The original grade of 5.7 is from 1972 so, expect the climbing to be slightly harder (roughly 5.8/9 by modern standards).…

Mt. Victoria

Ahh, the beautiful Mt. Victoria that strikes its big mountain pose for on lookers at the far end of Lake Louise from the famous Chateau Lake Louise. Originally named Mt. Green, this beautiful peak was renamed Mt. Victoria after Queen Victoria. Mt. Vic, as it’s often called, has been providing climbers with fun and rewarding…

Mt. Robson

The King of the Rockies! Mt. Robson is a jaw dropping, beautiful mountain that draws people in from all around the world. For many climbers, Mt. Robson is THE mountain that tops the list. It is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies and has huge prominence as it rising almost 3000m from the valley…

Mt. Temple

This is a strikingly beautiful peak with absolutely stunning 360° views of the surrounding mountains. Mt. Temple draws climbers and hikers from all over the world, who want to see it, hike near/around it, and stand on its summit. It is the largest peak in the Lake Louise area and the easiest of the 11,000ers…

Old Man Rules

A fun, low commitment multi-pitch sport route on McGillivray slabs with 10-pitches of consistent 5.9 to 5.10 climbing. The line follows solid limestone with a few interesting parts involving: slab climbing, pulling through a fun overhang section, and a tricky right facing corner pitch. 

Ha Ling- NE Face

A beautiful peak located next to the town of Canmore. The NE face is a striking line with 12-pitches of climbing that has been very popular for decades. Ha Ling peak is also very popular with hikers who hike up the backside and then look down upon Canmore and the Bow Valley. 

Plutonian Shores

A fun multi-pitch sport climb with mostly relaxed climbing and short crux up high. This great 7-pitch route comes with beautiful views of Banff National Park and comfy belay stations.  

The Joker

This area in general is great a great place to play, as there are many options to climb. The Joker is the easier of the Orient Point ice climbs, with 50m of WI3 climbing and 130m of WI2 approach ice.