On The Verge: The Intersection of Access and Logging in British Columbia

 

A close-knit group of climbers in Powell River, British Columbia have spent decades establishing routes on some of the largest granite walls in Canada. With threats of logging looming, the climbers must reconcile the industries that grant them access to the outdoors and the destruction they cause.

 


 

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