Climbing at Squamish- North Apron at The chief

With the weather getting warmer and dryer, I have been very fortunate enough to be invited out again this weekend (3rd weekend in a row) to do some trad and sport climbing at Squamish. Being able to go out and climb at such a varied and amazing venue, I believe that by the time my […]

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Climbing at Smoke Bluffs- Squamish

Last weekend I was fortunate to find a climbing buddy willing to drive me and him to Squamish for my first outdoor climbing session this year and in Canada overall. The weather was inviting and I have been dying to go outdoors, especially in Squamish. My climbing partner for the day was a very experienced […]

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The most incredible encounter- Orcas, the killer whale

As I stood there looking more to the east, I head a big wushhh sound right from the west so I quickly looked around, and right there, as clear as the Pacific ocean is, there were 4 orcas AKA the Killer Whales!!!

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Thought- getting an exercise routine.

So, I have been aspiring to get more physically fit ever since I did my first ever Wolfrun, about four years ago. I have already been climbing back then for a bit, did some yoga practice at home and occasionally did a small arm or core workout, but everything was all over the place. I […]

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Snowshoeing in West/North Vancouver

Beautiful Places in British Columbia

To get back down you can try and walk down, but since it’s very steep there is a much more innovative way for it which is sliding on our asses!

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Settling in – Work/Travel in Canada

So the first few weeks after my isolation has ended have been super busy trying to sort bits out while starting work. I have started working at Cypress Mountain (Ski resort), and while doing so, I still had to sort out my SIN (Social Insurance Number), set up a bank account, get familiar with travelling […]

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2 week of F…all. My First 14 days in Vancouver.

My main goal for the first 2 weeks of chill time was to: Apply for SIN – Social Insurance number which you need to work and everything else. For more info on how to apply click here. Open up a bank account – You have to do it in person so I have booked an […]

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Going Canada on IEC Visa during COVID-19

At the beginning of last year, I have decided to finally fulfil my goal of coming to Canada for some climbing and hiking adventures in the BC mountains. I knew that a long holiday would not be enough, and since I was single at the time I have decided to apply for an IEC visa […]

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Visintig Norfolk

It has been a very busy last few weeks. Recently, I have not been out as much since some on my family members contracted COVID ( I believe I’m immune since I didn’t get it) and outdoor climbing adventures have not been pencilled in on my to-do list. Instead, I have been chilling at home, […]

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A Dream of White Horses

This iconic 140m, 4 pitch HVS 4c, 3-star sea cliff climb is UK classic!!! After reading a little bit more into it, and gaining some knowledge from fellow climbers that have done the route themselves, I felt my current confidence and experience was enough to have a go at part leading it safely.

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