Single Pitch Sport Climbs

Fleming Beach – Victoria


Fleming beach..probably the best crag in canada within a few minutes bike ride of a major city center. dozens of sick boulder problems on the ride to the crag,esquimalt road. Read More »

The Sunny Side – Nanaimo


We played around at the Sunny Side in Nanaimo today – fun climbing on conglomerate and a couple dry routes. The Dark Side but it is completely soaked. was hoping to Tyrolean the river but the cable was cut! There is a nice new bridge though! Read More »

Mt Maxwell, Salt Spring Island


Climbing on Mt Maxwell on Salt Spring island is really rad! The rock is fun pebbly conglomerate that everyone loves to hate. Bomber by rockies standards… We didn’t know what the routes were called or rated so we just climbed whatever, and it was all good. Oh, and don’t waste your money on the Salt Spring guidebook, it sucks! Read More »

Soul Mate (5.10b slab) at Seal Cove, Squamish


This is why i come to squamish, the amazing granite! great time of year for slab. Soul Mate (10b) at Seal Cove is a must-do classic slab… Read More »

Test of the Ironman 5.11b Skaha


Not quite as classic as its counterpart Wings of Desire, but nevertheless a must-do-classic sport route at the Great White Wall in Skaha … Read More »

Wings of Desire (5.11c) Skaha


Surely one of the best sport routes in Western Canada … Read More »

Bladerunner 5.12a Skaha


Classic five-star climb at the Belfry in Skaha – a must-do!  Steep climbing leads to a sick dyno followed by more steep climbing to a technical finish.  The final moves have seen a lot of airtime! Read More »

Firewire 5.12b Sport Skaha


I think this route is even better than Bladerunner, a pumpy skaha classic with extremely steep climbing on jugs to a handjam roof-pull finish. Rad! Read More »

Quarter Century Girl (5.12a) Horne Lake


warming up (literally,it was chilly!) on Quarter Century Girl, fabulous 12a at horne lake. This is a real classic with easy, juggy climbing to a thought-provoking crux. Do it! Read More »

Kashmir (5.11c) – Kashmir Wall Squamish


Found ourselves by accident on the Kashmir Wall today climbing a random bolted route. We had no idea the grade and just started up. I was psyched to get the onsight. Turns out this was Kashmir (5.11c), fully bolted and 30 meters. It was a FANTASTIC climb, highly recommended, perfect rock. Read More »