Mt. Alberta

To quote Bill Corbett’s 11,000ers of the Canadian Rockies, “Mt. Alberta is the hardest, loosest, scariest and most exhausting of all the 11’000ers, even by the so-called standard route. Yet …. it’s the one peak, other than perhaps Mt. Robson, that serious Rockies mountaineers most want on their climbing resumes.” We would agree. Mt. Alberta is…

Mt. Macdonald

Big Mac is a very prominent mountain in the Rogers Pass area. Its north face towers over the trans Canada highway and is so big and so steep that passerby’ers below rarely put in the effort to crank their necks back far enough to absorb the full magnitude of this giant face. If you are…

Mt. Sir Donald

Sir Donald is ‘the great one’ and an uber classic Matterhorn’esque shaped mountain that is a sustained and challenging thrill to climb. It is a popular climb, undoubtedly due to it’s great climbing and ease of access, but also likely due to a couple very notable mentions in Allen Stock & Steve Roper’s Fifty Classic…

Avalanche to Uto

If you are looking for a great high mountain ridge traverse then you have come to the right place because this linkup from Avalanche to Uto will blow your mind as it take you up and over 4 beautifully rugged peaks during the course of 3-4 days. Along the way we’ll climb up and over…

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…