Updates from Canadian Pushing Hard in Antarctica

We recently interviewed Laval St. Germain, who is making his way across Antarctica his way for the Explorer’s Grand Slam. St. Germain is hoping to complete a two-in-one expedition: solo ski to the South Pole, followed by an ascent of Mount Vinson, Antarctica’s highest...
Shawn Raboutou Sends Switzerland’s First V16

Shawn Raboutou Sends Switzerland’s First V16

Colorado climber Shawn Raboutou, 20, has made the first ascent of an old project at Valle Bavona, Switzerland, which is now the only V16 in the country. Raboutou made the first ascent of Off the Wagon Low, the low start to Off the Wagon first sent by Nalle Hukkataival...
10 Reasons to Love Indoor Rock Climbing

10 Reasons to Love Indoor Rock Climbing

As the winter season sets in across Canada, anyone not ice climbing is turning their focus to climbing indoors. And for others, climbing in a gym is their primary interest. Whether it’s comp season or the off-season or just your favourite past time, indoor rock...
Throwback Thursday: To The Days of 4+ Minutes

Throwback Thursday: To The Days of 4+ Minutes

Remember when the IFSC bouldering rules stated that athletes had four minutes plus to attempt a problem? This meant that if the time ran out while they were on the wall, climbers could continue with their attempt for as long as they could. For the 2017 World Cup...
Christmas gift ideas for boaters and sailors

Christmas gift ideas for boaters and sailors

From sailing books, handy gadgets to beautiful objects we have plenty of Christmas gift ideas for the boaters in your life   The Sailing Bible A brilliant book full of beautiful images,  great tips and advice for both novices and experienced boaters. This book doesn’t...