Paul Morley: Lessons Part I, Intro
June 17, 2015

One of the best things about being on the Evolv team is that I identify with this company’s name. Evolving is part of living, and it encompasses so many aspects of life: challenge, struggle, belief, persistence, and patience, all hopefully resulting in whatever glory we seek whether that be clipping the chains on a route, topping out a boulder problem, or more importantly becoming a better person.

Luc Reid: Horseshoe Canyon
June 16, 2015

I recently took a three day trip to Horseshoe Canyon with my friends Cole and Hunter. We arrived the first day, set up the hammocks for camp later that night, and headed out to find some easier routes for the warm up day...

Megan Sajbel: Into Deep
June 15, 2015

Majorca's sea is not like others I have experienced, it has a subtle beauty to it. When you calm your mind enough you began to notice the way in which the sea and sand moves. If you look closer you see all the details you missed at first glance. Majorca's beauty lies in how you experience the movement.

Brady Deal: Nothing Comes Easy in Alaska
June 8, 2015

Summer so far has been filled with a lot of sun, rain, cold, but also very uncharacteristically hot weather. I personally find it very difficult to make it into the climbing gym when it is a beautiful day outside, so I’ve resorted to after work scrambles in the high Chugach...

Josh Muller: The World of Beta
June 6, 2015

We all love beta, especially when pumped silly and about to take an unfavourable fall. Beta is a precise, thorough explanation of a sequence or climb.

Erica Meister: IFSC Speed World Cup
May 26, 2015

Sunday May 17th had a lot of firsts. The IFSC Speed World Cup in Central Saanich, BC was the first of the 2015 IFSC season and the first speed world cup ever to be held in North or South America. It also happened to be my first world cup. On my first run in qualifiers, I was paired with the current world record holder.

Norm Rasmussen: Access Fund Summit Confrence
May 22, 2015

If you’ve been following my Twitter or Instagram feed, you know that this last weekend was Access Fund’s conference and dinner in Denver, Colorado. The goal of the conference was to connect two ways of thinking that they believe climber’s have for the most part kept separate. Climbing access and land conservation. Instead, we all learned that they two are inseparable.

Alison Stewart-Patterson: IFSC Speed World Cup Central Saanich
May 20, 2015

It’s been a long time since I’ve felt at the top of my game. Coming out of a pulley injury, which put me out of climbing for 2 months, really put a slump in my confidence and my goals. I wasn’t sure on how my performance would come together in preparation for the difficulty and speed competition season...

Alex Johnson: Hungry Hungry Hippos
May 12, 2015

It had been a long time since I’d been invested in a project other than The Swarm. With the way I approach climbing, I often feel like an anomaly in this sport. Choosing a climb for its given grade is not something I’m known for. I think that’s why I hadn’t found another project before Hungry Hungry Hippos…

Felipe Camargo: Repeats Wolfgang Güllich's 'Southern Comfort' (8b+/c)
May 11, 2015

In recent years, the line had been rendered even more difficult by the loss of its starting section which was washed away by the waves. In this video, Brazilian strongman Felipe Camargo climbs the line by this new start on only his second attempt!