Multipitch Rock Climbing

Trad and sport climbs, limestone and quartzite. All set in the magnificent scenery of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Hire an ACMG certified guide to take you up one of the classics. There are many more climbs than are listed here - drop us a line and let us pick the best route for you!

If rock peaks like the Bugaboos are on your agenda try some Alpine Rock.


Steve climbing Rundlehorn, a bolt protected 9-pitch 5.5

Choose Easy or Choose Hard

We have so many options in grades! Here are some of the climbs we regularly go to:

  • Rundlehorn, 5.5, 9 pitches

  • Mother's Day Buttress, 5.6, 8 pitches

  • Le Soulier, 5.7, 4 pitches

  • The Fold, 5.8, 9 pitches

  • Hoka Hey, 5.9, 9 pitches

  • Geriatric, 5.10a, 7 pitches


Saige on Aftonroe, an ultra-classic 5.7 near Banff

Choose Sport or Choose Trad

Although most multipitch routes here are trad climbs, we also have some great bolt-protected options:

  • Ha Ling, 5.6, 11 pitches, trad

  • Aftonroe, 5.7, 8 pitches, bolts

  • Gooseberry, 5.8, 8 pitches, trad

  • Plutonian Shores, 5.9, 7 pitches, bolts


Mark leading on Consolation, Ghost River (5.8). Photo: Audrey Hébert

Choose your area

Our climbing area stretches from the Ghost River on the edge of the prairies to Lake Louise along the Great Divide of the Rockies. Try these routes:

  • Consolation, 5.8, Ghost River

  • Easy Street, 5.6, Yamnuska

  • Generosity, 5.9, Canmore

  • Mountaineer's Route, 5.7, Banff

  • Tower of Babel, 5.8, Lake Louise

Pricing and Logistics

  • One person: Starting at C$500

  • Two people: Starting at C$600

  • Maximum two people per guide

  • Prices may vary depending on difficulty and length of the route

  • Ask about pricing for larger groups

  • Please add 5% tax to all prices