Words and photos from Pebbleshoo.com "We were stoked to finally get a pair of the Acrux FL shoes on our feet. We'd been seeing glimpses of them online and after using many different shoes over the years, these really had us intrigued. › Read More
The following moves are etched into my mind.  I remember scrambling for finger jams, peering down between my legs and seeing the distant piece of protection, trying to stuff in another cam, only to find it was too big, trying to shake out my arms, and forging ahead, hell-bent on getting to the anchor.  My world shrunk down to the only the most imperative things:  the slick, crystalline footholds underneath me, the feel of the bone-white granite, and the surging desire to push on.  I arrived at the anchor doused in chalk and sweat, tired to the core, and buzzing from the tips of my fingers to my toes.  › Read More
"Every ski trip begins with the best of intentions. Pick an epic destination, coordinate your crew, pack your gear and… prepare for the trip of a lifetime. It’s a fairly simple equation.  › Read More
Norway - The Quest by Arc'teryx Athletes Tanja Schmitt And Matthias Scherer
Words by Tanja Schmitt Photos by Tanja Schmitt and Matthias Scherer  › Read More
Will March Bring Snow to the BC Coastal Mountains? Wayne Flann photo
Words and photos by Wayne Flann Winter in the Pacific Northwest (and elsewhere), so far, has been a non-event. Though the alpine has a great base, ski touring has been dismal. The El Nino promised by all the weather gurus never materialized—instead, for the third year in a row, we seem to be slipping back into a La Nada cycle. › Read More
Arc’teryx Athlete Marc-Andre Leclerc Honoured with Guy Lacelle True Spirit Award - Photos By Reuben Krabbe
Guy Lacelle was a world-renowned ice climber who was tragically killed in an avalanche in Montana in 2009.  Shortly after the accident Arc’teryx, La Sportiva, and Petzl came together to establishe the Guy Lacelle Pure Spirit Award. An annual award given to a climber who embodies the spirit of integrity, humility and joy that Guy brought to climbing... › Read More
Luka Lindič In Patagonia: Granite At The End Of The World
"Being in Patagonia for the first time I realized that there, if anywhere, you can't really plan your climbing. On the other hand, it’s actually a perfect place to learn how to make the most of small windows of good weather and tricky conditions”, said Luka Lindic after his first visit to “the granite at end of the world”. › Read More
With the beginning of winter quickly approaching, myself and fellow Arc'teryx athlete Conny Zamernik were focused on an early season ski adventure. Constantly checking the weather and hoping for good news in far flung locations like Patagonia and Japan’s Tateyama region proved fruitless. With only one week until the opening of our guest house in St. Anton a decision had to be made. We had no idea what to do but eventually decided that a beach adventure would be much easier to come by... › Read More
Words and photos by Brette Harrington "In late January I hiked into the Torre Valley to climb a route on Aguja Rafael Juarez with Carolyn Davidson. Our bivy site was located just below Aguja Saint Exupery, a neighboring tower. On our first night the evening sun lit up Exupery’s Northwest buttress in golden light - my first view of Chiaro Di Luna, 750m 6b+. › Read More
Words: Forrest Coots Photos: Jason Thompson Chamonix - set at the foot of Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest peak - is the birthplace of alpinism and extreme skiing, and the place that skiers daydream about during the hot summer months.   › Read More