Calgary Climbing Centre ClimbParks – Two of our facilities have ClimbParks. CCC Hanger (in the north) and CCC Rocky Mountain (in the west). Wall elements vary at each location. Our ClimbParks offer an entirely original climbing experience. It’s a fun zone with vertical challenge elements where participants push their limits on our Jump Tower, Maze… Read more »
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Walking into the gym for the first time and meeting the over zealous desk staff, as they set you up with your gear it dawns on you that you might not know what you’re in for. It seems simple enough, just go up right? While you’re putting on your shoes that are probably two sizes… Read more »
I never understood the draw to ice climbing. Yes it looks invigorating in photos but think about it. Who in their right mind chooses to go out in the freezing cold to hang out on a big slab of ice, and in places with names like Junkyard? Nonetheless you have to try everything once right?… Read more »
Bouldering at Buddha Bouldering in the winter can seem daunting and unconventional. We often use these cold seasons to embrace alternative forms of climbing. Digging out crampons and axes from the depths of gear piles we layer up and head out towards bold new objectives. For climbers who haven’t procured the necessary knowledge or who… Read more »
This week the CWA posted an article “Onward and Upward”. They discuss the obstacles that gyms have faced over the last year, how we have overcome and continue to push forwards as a community. It features our very own Walson Tai along with three other gym owners across Canada and the United States. They discuss… Read more »
A Climbers Best Friend Like many people, the first thing I do before hopping on the wall is chalk up. Whether it’s due to hot temperatures and sweaty hands or that chalking up has become a ritualistic behavior, it is something that brings comfort and confidence to my climbing. With gyms adapting and putting new measures… Read more »
Over the holidays we had a chance to talk to Zak and Grzegorz about the challenges of sending outdoor climbing projects during the pandemic, as well as show us the new Boreal line of shoes.
Follow 2 new climbers over the course of 3 weeks as they work towards their goal of lead climbing outside. They took a belay course, a lead course, and were able to put their new skills to the test with our partners at Cloud 9 Guides in Banff National Park.
With the ACA sanctioned competitions getting more structured and rigid, the CCC has started a new series of events for our youth team climbers.