Ski touring through the Land That Never Melts

Words and Photos: Frank Wolf Auyuittuq National Park in southern Baffin Island has drawn climbers to its iconic peaks for… Read more

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The Door Swings Both Ways

Words: Jill MacDonald Manor Street is a small, quiet avenue in Burnaby, BC. Between cherry tree blossoms and fierce blackberry… Read more

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Big Days Out

Words & Photos: Florian Reichert In today’s world of superlatives, extremes and spectacular physical feats, covering 250 kilometers with 18,000… Read more

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Arc’teryx Climbing Academy 2018

The fourteenth annual Arc’teryx Climbing Academy has come to a close in the beautiful climbing mecca of Squamish, British Columbia…. Read more

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Marc-André Leclerc 1992 – 2018

Words: Bernadette McDonald There are only a few climbers in the world like Marc. He approached his passion with humility. He… Read more

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Exploration and Adventure Climbing in the Sea to Sky

Words and photos: Jimmy Martinello The plains of passage as you come up the Sea to Sky highway would without-a-doubt… Read more

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What Happens In Chamonix… The 2018 Arc’teryx Alpine Academy

It’s safe to say the 7th annual Arc’teryx Alpine Academy left a lasting impression. This year’s event brought together hundreds… Read more

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Space & Silence

Words: Silvia Moser In the Dolomites, my home mountains, there are still a few places where you can really feel… Read more

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CHARACTERS | Tanya Hall, Quiet Crusher

In college, Design Manager Tanya Hall had a tough time staying interested in her studies. Then she discovered climbing. Switching to product design, there was a direct correlation between hands and..

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CHARACTERS | Josh Barringer, Heavy Metal Scientist

Josh Barringer's favourite days are cold and wet. When he’s not testing our long distance trail running products, heavy metal inspires his copywriting. Freedom is being self-sufficient.

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CHARACTERS | 翠英, Smooth Operator

翠英, (Ying), came to work at Arc’teryx because of the logo. She had no experience in the apparel industry, but she did not let that stop her from finding her..

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CHARACTERS: YINTA, WAGGUS, SMITHERS BC

Hut Life at the Burnie Glacier Chalet

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CHARACTERS | Angela Percival

A storm in the mountains is not the worst thing Angela Percival can imagine. She actually prays for bad weather. But minus 40 degree cold is more about survival than..

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CHARACTERS | Silvia Moser

Bellissima: From Italy, pro skier Silvia Moser’s tough year takes a turn toward the divine – in Stewart, BC

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CHARACTERS | Jevon Zyp

You cannot outrun a wolverine. Jevon Zyp tried it once. He wouldn’t recommend it. But he respects the wildest, scariest beast of the woods as part and parcel of what..

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CHARACTERS | Brian Hall

Hankin Evelyn: The Patriarch Of Backcountry Skiing in Smithers

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Alpinism & Climbing View All

Arc’teryx Climbing Academy 2018

The fourteenth annual Arc’teryx Climbing Academy has come to a close in the beautiful climbing mecca of Squamish, British Columbia.... Read more

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Marc-André Leclerc 1992 – 2018

Words: Bernadette McDonald There are only a few climbers in the world like Marc. He approached his passion with humility. He... Read more

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Exploration and Adventure Climbing in the Sea to Sky

Words and photos: Jimmy Martinello The plains of passage as you come up the Sea to Sky highway would without-a-doubt... Read more

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Aeolis Mons | Jonathan Siegrist’s first multi-pitch first ascent

Words: Jonathan Siegrist Photos: Alton Richardson I first saw the wall back in 2014. On a mellow photo assignment for... Read more

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Tolerance

Words: Nina Caprez I’m standing in the sun, surrounded by well-dressed people. It’s my childhood friend’s wedding in Switzerland. I’m... Read more

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Excursions on the Juneau Ice Cap

Words: Brette Harrington Photos: Brette Harrington & Caro North A good friend and climbing partner of mine, Caro North, met... Read more

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React

Words: Craig DeMartino Finding something, anything, that you consider a passion is pretty hard to do today. I am as... Read more

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Shishapangma | Luka Lindic & Ines Papert

Words: Luka Lindic / Photos & Video: Luka Lindic & Ines Papert After our expedition to Kyzyl Asker last year,... Read more

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Trad Is Rad

Words: Katy Whittaker In this day and age with bouldering gyms popping up all over the place, bolted sport cliffs... Read more

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How To Train For The Biggest Ski Tour EVER

Words: Janelle Smiley, Photos: Julian Kenchenten On March 17, ski mountaineer Janelle Smiley and her partner Mark left their hometown... Read more

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Skiing & Snowboarding View All

Ski touring through the Land That Never Melts

Words and Photos: Frank Wolf Auyuittuq National Park in southern Baffin Island has drawn climbers to its iconic peaks for... Read more

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Space & Silence

Words: Silvia Moser In the Dolomites, my home mountains, there are still a few places where you can really feel... Read more

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The Empire Of Winds

Words: Thibaud Duchosal Photos: Javier Procaccini Over the last 12 years, I have regularly been packing up my ski bag... Read more

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BEACON, SHOVEL, PROBE, BREAST PUMP

Words: Izzy Lynch Photos: Zoya Lynch  Legend has it that my mom was skiing in half-zipped ski pants over a... Read more

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The Highs and Lows of Skiing Across the Alps Range in 36 Days

Words & Photos: Janelle and Mark Smiley Mark and Janelle Smiley just returned home from completing the Red Bull Der... Read more

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Hair Touque and Sunglasses

Words by: Mikey Nixon at Doglotion In the barrage of messages that I received on my 30th birthday, one stood... Read more

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Four Things Learned at Sixty-Six Degrees North

Words & Photos: Chris Ball Greenland: At this point in history, climate change is a global discussion. Previously ancient landscapes... Read more

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Make Boot Packing Great Again | Doglotion’s Felix Jauvin

It can be argued that bootpackers are the heart and soul of skiing.

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The Arc’teryx Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Academy 2018 | Photo Recap

We skied, we toured, we rappelled, and we partied. The inaugural Arc’teryx Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Academy in Jackson Hole, with... Read more

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Nat Patridge, Exum Guides | Arc’teryx Backcountry Academy

How do we teach our children to stay alive and be savvy to the dangers of the mountains?

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People & PlacesView All

Ski touring through the Land That Never Melts

Words and Photos: Frank Wolf Auyuittuq National Park in southern Baffin Island has drawn climbers to its iconic peaks for... Read more

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The Door Swings Both Ways

Words: Jill MacDonald Manor Street is a small, quiet avenue in Burnaby, BC. Between cherry tree blossoms and fierce blackberry... Read more

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Marc-André Leclerc 1992 – 2018

Words: Bernadette McDonald There are only a few climbers in the world like Marc. He approached his passion with humility. He... Read more

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Space & Silence

Words: Silvia Moser In the Dolomites, my home mountains, there are still a few places where you can really feel... Read more

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Aeolis Mons | Jonathan Siegrist’s first multi-pitch first ascent

Words: Jonathan Siegrist Photos: Alton Richardson I first saw the wall back in 2014. On a mellow photo assignment for... Read more

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Montana and a Change of Plans

Words & Photos: Rishad Daroowala This month my friend Bruin and I drove from Vancouver to Montana with the plan... Read more

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BEACON, SHOVEL, PROBE, BREAST PUMP

Words: Izzy Lynch Photos: Zoya Lynch  Legend has it that my mom was skiing in half-zipped ski pants over a... Read more

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A Capsule Life | Adventurer Edition

What Do You Actually Need to Be Happy: A Packing List (adapted for families)

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CHARACTERS | Angela Percival

A storm in the mountains is not the worst thing Angela Percival can imagine. She actually prays for bad weather. But minus 40 degree cold is more about survival than..

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SPEAK UP TO SAVE BEARS EARS

Arc’teryx CEO, Jon Hoerauf, is asking YOU to Speak up to Save Bears Ears now

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Events & News View All

Arc’teryx Climbing Academy 2018

The fourteenth annual Arc’teryx Climbing Academy has come to a close in the beautiful climbing mecca of Squamish, British Columbia.... Read more

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What Happens In Chamonix… The 2018 Arc’teryx Alpine Academy

It’s safe to say the 7th annual Arc’teryx Alpine Academy left a lasting impression. This year’s event brought together hundreds... Read more

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Trad Is Rad

Words: Katy Whittaker In this day and age with bouldering gyms popping up all over the place, bolted sport cliffs... Read more

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#PressForProgress | International Women’s Day 2018

March 8, 2018 is International Women’s Day. In the news there are still too many examples of the wrongs that... Read more

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The Arc’teryx Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Academy 2018 | Photo Recap

We skied, we toured, we rappelled, and we partied. The inaugural Arc’teryx Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Academy in Jackson Hole, with... Read more

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Nat Patridge, Exum Guides | Arc’teryx Backcountry Academy

How do we teach our children to stay alive and be savvy to the dangers of the mountains?

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2017 Arc’teryx Climbing Academy in Squamish: Photo Recap

Some Of Our Favourite Moments From the 2017 Arc'teryx Climbing Academy in Squamish, BC

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Sights & Stories From Chamonix | 2017 Arc’teryx Alpine Academy

A Photo Recap of The 2017 Arc’teryx Alpine Academy

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Gear Reviews & Product Care View All

My Three Favourite Insulation Layers | Katy Whittaker

Words by Katy Whittaker. Photos by Alex Haselhurst. I remember getting my first ever down jacket when I was a... Read more

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Designed for The Wild | Arc’teryx Apparel Design Director Carl Moriarty

Words by Jill Young. Photos by Angela Percival. At Arc’teryx, our most innovative ideas and designs are born when we... Read more

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Tips For Winter Running In The Mountains

Mountains look their best with a covering of snow and have provided some of our most memorable runs, but these conditions also require a bit of forethought and care. Here..

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Protecting the Humans – A Jacket’s Rant

I am a jacket. And not just any jacket. I am a ten-year-old (equivalent to an ancient elder in my world) Arc’teryx Fission SL Jacket. An ultra light, fully waterproof,..

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Favourite Gear: Katy Whittaker Picks

Everybody has that one favourite piece of gear. You know, that one item that you're reluctant to wash because it means you can’t wear it for a whole 24 hours;..

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100+ Days: A Skier’s Journey in the Procline Boot

Words by Forrest Coots. Photos by Jordan Manley. It’s been a big season. Lots of hours logged on snow and... Read more

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Tips for fast and light multipitch climbing: Ditch the backpack

Words by: Emilisa Frirdich On countless occasions I have cringed at the sight of climbers weighted down by large expedition... Read more

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WHAT DO IMFGA GUIDES LOOK FOR IN AN ALPINE BOOT?
KATY WHITTAKER ACRUX AR GTX BOOT REVIEW

Words by: Katy Whittaker | Photos by: Colin Scotchford & Klemen Gricar I would define the best people in the mountains as:... Read more

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Katy Whittaker & The Atom SL Hoody

Most die-hard Arc’teryx fans know of or own an Atom hoodie or jacket, the core piece in the family. The... Read more

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Arc’teryx And PFCs

You’ve probably heard a lot about PFCs (perfluorinated chemicals) in waterproof gear lately. So what are they and what is... Read more

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Hiking & Trekking View All

Big Days Out

Words & Photos: Florian Reichert In today’s world of superlatives, extremes and spectacular physical feats, covering 250 kilometers with 18,000... Read more

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Lessons From Pain and Recovery | Adam Campbell

Words by Adam Campbell. Photos by Cameron Sylvester. The recovery after breaking my back and hip and the medical complications... Read more

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Bora Through The Ages

Our Friends And Fans Share Their Favourite Bora Memories

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INSPIRING EVOLUTION | Empowering Student Development In Wild Places

Humility, tenacity, and intelligence are just a few examples of ‘soft skills’ that every climber, mountaineer, engineer, and educator would agree are universal assets. How does one acquire such traits?

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Tips For Winter Running In The Mountains

Mountains look their best with a covering of snow and have provided some of our most memorable runs, but these conditions also require a bit of forethought and care. Here..

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The Alps: A Second Time Around

Instead of crossing of bucket list items, I found greater reward in connecting with just a few locations in a more meaningful way. It reflects in my work and how..

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Via Ferrata: Mt Nimbus

True or False: In the beginning, all mountain routes were determined by aesthetics, not athletics. Certainly during the establishment of... Read more

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