Trips in reverse chronological order. The most recent appears at top.















Earlier stage:

  1. […]   Join Date: May 2009 Location: Canmore, AB Canada Posts: 1,879 I know Steven Song that posts on this forum has just been on East Lion (perhaps it was even him you saw). You can try […]

  2. Daniel says:

    Steven, its been a MONTH since your last updated blog! are you still alive?! I miss you.

    • Steven Song says:

      lol.. Been busy doing all these trips and have absolutely no time to keep the report up even though I’m not working in summer. 21 peaks in July and 21 in August and that includes huge ones like Robson and Alberta… Hopefully can catch things up once the rain starts to fall…

  3. Dave Block says:

    Quite a resume Steven, you are a very busy person to do all that playing, I appreciate you giving praise to my old stomping grounds, stay safe!

  4. Peter Blanchard says:

    Hi Steven. I’m loving these reports!

    Question for you. Do you have any GPX data from any of your Clemenceau Icefield trips or Mt King Edward?



  5. Adam says:

    Hey Steven, I just wanted you to know that I have read every single one of your posts over the years and find them inspiring. I have always wanted to explore the mountains, but due to circumstance, I will likely never be able to. Seeing you go from a kid who basically walked up big hills to a man ascending some truly huge mountains has been awesome. It gives me hope that someday I will be able to achieve my dreams as well.


  6. Scott says:

    I notice you are exploring Vancouver Island again. You may enjoy Comox Glacier – awesome views. The usual caveat about checking out recent forestry road access. I did the Frog Pond route many (many) years ago and really enjoyed it. I know there is also now the alternate (& longer) Kookjai route approach. Enjoy your trip reports! Cheers.

  7. Guy Black says:

    Hi, just wondering the best route to get up to Mount Fagervik ? Any advice is appreciated.

  8. Mark says:

    Do you have a training or exercise regimen for staying in shape when you aren’t climbing?

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