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).…


This thrilling 4-pitch line is truly one of the best around. Macadamia is a classic climb with sustained 5.7/8 climbing and a phenomenal final pitch that is main reason to do the route. 

Kid Goat Climbs

This is not a specific climb but an area with bunch of great, low-commitment, and fun multi-pitch rock climbs (trad, sport, or mixed). This area is best for shorter days, intro and educational days, and bad weather days as this front range area typically sees drier weather. Some of our favourite routes are Twilight Zone…


This is a long, classic climb on Mt. Rundle’s popular vertical playground called, EEOR or the East End of Rundle. This cliff holds many great multi-pitch rock climbs and beautifully overlooks the town of Canmore. Expect a full day of climbing with 13-pitches pitches and some challenging sections. If everything goes well we’ll top out…

Forbidden Corner

This is a classic, 10-pitch rock route up the south face of Yamnuska that is also one of our favourite climbs. Expect a solid day of limestone rock climbing with exposed sections and a bunch of traverse pitches as we navigate our way up. FC is a memorable old school route with lots of flavour. 

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.