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.
Get stoked for this stellar and very fun 7 pitch rock route in the Ghost called, The Wraith. It’s a must do route that has very fun climbing with great positions and thrilling exposure. If you’re up for the challenge, this route will not disappoint.
This is one of the finest 5.8 routes around with 7-pitches of superb limestone cracks that have you wondering if you are climbing on granite. Bonanza makes for an excellent introduction to the Canadian Rockies climbing scene, and when combined with the added adventure and beauty that the Ghost area brings, then this route is…
This great 3-star climb up Yamnuska’s west end follows an excellent rib of grey rock for 6-pitches. The climbing is very fun and results in an excellent day out on Yamnuska’s large south face. The route does follow a bunch of bolts but also requires some traditional rock placements for protection.
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.
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…
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.
This historical 9-pitch climb was the first technical line up the steep south face of Yamnuska and is still very popular today. The line follows a right leaning weakness that has an alpine rock feel and finishes with a fun, airy chimney and the memorable worm-hole.
This is a great 7-pitch moderate climb on the well-known cliff face of Mt. Rundle called, EEOR or the East End of Rundle. The cliff holds many great multi-pitch rock climbs and overlooks Whitemans Pond and the town of Canmore. Expect some great limestone climbing on this route.
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…