We are pleased to announce that Vancouver-based climber David Echeverri has released the topo for his new area near Starvation Lake north of Squamish, BC. The area, aptly named ‘Starvation’ is currently home to three routes with a fair amount of potential. David has been working on the wall for the past two years.
We are very pleased to announce that thanks to the hard work of Nic Williams, all Revelstoke bouldering topos are now available at revelstokebouldering.ca The website is full of information of Revelstoke Bouldering including downloadable topos for five of the main areas. Special thanks to those who put in the time to build this site. Looks like a trip to Revelstoke is in the cards!
Here is another amazing topo produced and shared by Allen Rollin of the Kokanee Lake Boulders located approximately 50 minutes from Nelson, BC plus a bit of a walk. Here are a few notes from the pdf guidebook below.
Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is a beautiful sub-alpine/alpine park located 50 minutes from the city of Nelson that offers breathtaking hiking trails and views in a diverse mountain landscape. After about an hour and a bit of hiking from the Gibson Lake parking lot you enter a grand valley and come upon Kokanee Lake. The hiking has now got even better, you’ve gained most your elevation and things really start to open up. Wait a second, what are those big blocs at the bottom of that slide?
We are very psyched to release this pdf guidebook of Arrow Lakes in Robson, BC put out by Allen Rollin. Here is a little note from Allen in the guidebook to give you a little background.
With virtually unlimited potential, lakeside camping, sunshine, 8-9 month seasons, short approaches, high quality rock, tons of problems of all grades, aesthetic lines and no crowds, why would you ever want to Boulder at Arrow Lakes?
To celebrate the first week of a trip to Joe’s Valley, we are sharing this guidebook of a few new areas in Joe’s Valley including The Flu, Hidden Dragon, and The Rastafarian.
This area was recently re-discovered by Cody Allen while hiking around which ended up in the discovery of a number a problems. Along with Bryce Johnson, who developed this topo, a new area was born!
Please note: This area is subject to moisture and best not to climb after rain or snow.
Here is a video of some of the new problems.