Big Wall Underground, Gargatua Cave, BC
4 pitches of overhanging rock, deep under a mountain, gain new worlds of cave exploration.

Chilkoot Pass, Stawamus Chief
New finish to Northern Lights, possibly the best continous 5.11 trad climbing on the Chief.

Link Ups in Squamish and the Bugaboos
Record link ups in both world climbing venues.

Teng Kangpoche, Nepal
A major attempt at one of the Worlds most technical Himalayan faces.

Deep water soloing and a new guide Book.

Deep water soloing smack center of the Mediterranean sea.

The Smoke Show, Waddington Range
1400 meter 5.13, new route on Mt. Combatant in the Waddington Range.

Doug Fir, Stawamus Chief
New Squamish big wall aid route on Zodiac Wall.

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Deep water soloing expedition to Ha Long Bay, 3000 limestone island towers... the 8th wonder of the world.

Wild Fire, Bugaboos
Astroman style route on Wide Awake tower in the Bugaboo Range by Sean Isaac and Matt Maddaloni.

Yukon Gold, Stawamus Chief
6 pitch first ascent of a 5.12+ trad that finishes off the famous "Alaska Highway" in Squamish.

First ascent of Chicken tower and new deep water soloing routes among the islands near Railay Beach.

Garwhal Himalaya, India
An attempt at the Meru Sharksfin. Epic trip with beautiful shots of peaks and culture.

Mt. Combatant, Waddington Range
Alpine rock climbing on Mt. Combatant and new pitches on the 2000 foot "Incisor" with Andrew Boyd.

Black Dyke Free, Stawamus Chief
First ascent of a 12 pitch 5.13b in Squamish, Canada. The super steep Black Dyke needs only 20 draws to climb.

Karakoram Himalaya, Pakistan
First ascent solo of a 12 pitch 2000 foot overhanging tower in the Karakoram. Hard aid and golden granite.

Baffin Island, Nunavit
25 day first ascent of a 3000 foot A4+ wall in Gibbs Fjord with Ben DeMenech and John Millar.

Warriors of the Wasteland, Stawamus Chief
First ascent of a new 8 pitch free route in Squamish at 5.12c that was climbed completely ground up.

Funk Soul Brother Wall, Powell River
First ascent of a 12 pitch A4 on the Unclimbed Carag-Dur in Powell River. More unclimbed rock here than Squamish in it's heyday.