Scrambling is essentially non-technical climbing. It ranges from steep hikes up scree to, serious terrain where inexperienced
parties may opt to don a climbing rope. Despite being labelled as non-technical climbing, scrambling has more than enough
potential to kill, so be careful and don't be afraid to turn around.
Alan Kane is the author of Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies. He has described numerous scrambles along with route
photos. Many of the scrambles we do are from his guide. However, it's always fun to pull out a map and do your
own research on other peaks! I'm not terribly interested in doing all the "Kane scrambles." Is it an eventuality?
Yes, probably; there's only x number of choss piles close to the road!