Mountain Moxie tests the Mutant 45L, a pack that supposedly adapts to all aspects of alpinism: from a quick ski tour to long mixed climbs. Find out if it lives up to the task! Product Overview: Kailas is a relatively unknown brand in North America, but has recently been winning ISPO awards for their innovative […]
Tim Banfield is one of Canada’s leading climbing photographers. His images have graced dozens of magazine covers, hundreds of articles and probably thousands of social media posts. He is frequently asked what gear he uses when shooting ice climbing and climbing so he put together the following article. Thanks to Tim for addressing all the […]
Andy reviews the Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro GTX boots and decides they are an amazing upgrade to his 10 year old Kaylands.
Long term review of La Sportiva Ganda Approach shoes.
“Best all round shoe I’ve ever owned”
John Price provides his top 5 tips for capturing great climbing photos.
Our Gear Editor Maarten shares his long term (and long distance) review of The North Face Base Camp Duffel.
Long term review of the Patagonia Dual Aspect Hoody by our Gear Editor Maarten van Haeren.
Ian shares his experience on how to buy a good used 4×4 adventuremobile.
While living in Penticton, B.C., Petrouchka Steiner-Grierson wrote a quick destination article about Washington Pass. Despite living in Canada, their most visited out-of-town crag is actually in the States! Turns out that it’s quicker to drive down through the U.S. border and into Washington than to drive up to Revelstoke. Plus, it’s always raining in Revelstoke, and who likes rock climbing in the rain?
Spring in the Canadian Rockies is a time of movement – bears leave their dens, robins, and other migratory birds appear, and crocuses burst through the softening soil. After months of roaming through the mountains, constrained by layers of fleece, down, goggles and helmets, some restless humans are tempted to throw off winter clothes, put […]