Canmore and Kananaskis Rock Climbs

Ha Ling's NE Face Canmore

The Canmore area offers the largest selection of big wall, multi-pitch limestone routes in the Bow Valley.

We guide multi-pitch traditional routes as well as bolted sport climbs on Ha Ling Peak, East end of Rundle (EEOR), Goat Mountain and Mt Yamnuska.

Possible Routes
  • Guides Route, Mt Rundle
    Guides Route, Mt Rundle

    A great route for beginners and intermediate climbers new to long multi-pitch gear routes.

    East end of Mt Rundle, Canmore
    5.5 rock climbing, 5.6 hardest moves
    8-10 hours return to car

  • Rock route Joy, Kananaskis
    Joy, Mt Indefatigable

    Joy, in Kananaskis Country is a 5.6 climb, 12 pitch all gear route.

    Kananaskis, 60 min north from Canmore.
    5.6 slab and corner climbing.
    6-7 hours return to car.

  • Keelhall Wall, Kid Goat Wall.
    Keelhall Wall, Kid Goat Wall

    Keelhall Wall on Kid Goat wall is a very popular route for climbers new to multi-pitch climbing or for climbers looking for good rock on 5.7 terrain.

    Kid Goat Wall, 10 min east of Canmore.
    5.7 slab, face and corner climbing
    6-7 hours return to car.

  • Joel on the corner pitch, Ha Ling Peak
    NE Face Route, Ha Ling Peak

    The NE Face route high above Canmore is a 5 Star route and one of the best in the valley with its impressive north face overlooking the townsite of Canmore.

    5.7 rock, face slab and corner climbing.
    Full day, 6-8 hours return to car

  • Windy Slabs, Mt Yamnuska
    Windy Slabs

    Windy Slabs is one of the easiest and best routes on the West end of Yamnuska.
    Six pitches of 5.6 climbing.

    Mt Yamnuska
    5.6 slab and face climbing
    Full day, 7 hours return to the car.


Canmore and or Kananaskis area
May to October

Fees are as quoted per person per day and in Canadian funds.

Client/Guide RatioFee

We can provide any climbing gear needed, included in the price.
Rock climbing shoes can be rented locally if needed.