Perfect evening light at the Notch. Derek G. sticks mandatory the jump dyno on "Fire in the sky" 12b
Simon Meis on "Zeitgeist" 5.12d Sector Bellavista, Echo Canyon
Simon Meis on the lower part of the 45m long "Spicy Elephant" 13b
the "Atlantis" sector offers 20 routes from 5.10 to 5.14, 700m above the valley floor
"The Journey" is a 40m 13c and the closest route besides the rushing waterfall
Kelly Drager on "Zeitgeist" 5.12d Sector Bellavista, Echo Canyon
A few feet short of the mid anchors of "Buffet Royale" 12b, but don't let those anchors stop you to explore the intricate upper part, it's well worth the effort for this unique route.
After 40m of overhanging climbing the top crux awaits you with an awkward move on "Buffet Royale" 13b
Derek G. trying to find a sequence through the unique mega finn of "Stone Temple Pilots" 13d
Smokie break mid afternoon has already become a tradition at the Lookout
Greg Toss dealing with the first of many cruxes on "Buffet Royale" 13c
Echo Canyon seen from Canmore
Echo Canyon at spring run off, the best time to go to the Coliseum and climb the routes to the right of the 100m Waterfall
Catharine focused with the shortest route at the Lookout, aptly named Midget.
Derek G., pitch 7, Tall Storey, 11c
Derek Galoway on "Fit Bird" 5.13d, Coliseum
"Echo" 5.13a, Echo Cave
"Glueless" 5.13b Echo Cave
Derek Galloway on "Glueless" 5.13b, Echo Cave
Greg Toss on "Glueless" 5.13b, Echo Cave
"The tall Storey", 8 pitches up perfect grey limestone and fully bolted, no need to go to Verdon no more.
Scott Semple on Respected Silence, another 12c at the Lookout
Surrounded by rock at the upper Colliseum