Vote Now! Arc’teryx Squamish Exposed People’s Choice

Last Saturday crowds gathered outside for the Squamish Exposed Photo Competition. We laughed, shouted, drank, perhaps some cried as we watched the culminating event of the Arc’teryx Climbing Academy. Squamish Exposed pairs 6 of the industry’s best photographers, 6 Arc’teryx athletes, and 6 members of the public for 48 hours of continuous shooting and 12 hours of editing. In case you missed them, watch all of this year’s 2018 slideshows here.

Mountain Life with Arc’teryx has opened up the Squamish Exposed People’s Choice Award for voting from Friday July 27th till Aug 1st Wed at noon. You now have the opportunity to vote for your favourite photo. Each photographer’s photo submission is listed in alphabetical order below. Cast your vote at the bottom of the page, voting is open until Wednesday Aug 1st at noon.


Chris Christie

Chris Christie People's choice submission
“Will Gadd on “Right Wing” Right Exit, as light fades throughout the Valley. Last route of the Exposed Event after 2 days of climbing/Shoot and repeat!”


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Drew Smith

Drew Smith peoples choice submission
Mina Leslie-Wujastyk on the 10c variation finish to Right Wing.


John Price

John Price peoples choice
“Paul McSorely seen surfing on the North Walls.”


Savannah Cummins

Savannah Cummins Peoples Choice submission
“Rosie the Riveter said “we can do it” to ask women to rise up, and prove to men that we can do whatever men can do. She encouraged women to “not be afraid to be themselves” while fighting for women’s rights during the 1940’s. Rosie was described as masculine, she wore men’s clothes and did a mans job, however she wore lipstick to represent her feminine side. This photo of Heather Lightfoot on Split Beaver (5.10b) was inspired by Rosie the Riveter to show our appreciation for the strong, beautiful, non fictional women who are spreading the mantra that ‘we CAN do it’.”


Tara Kerzhner

Tara Kerzhner peoples choice submission
Kinley Aitken gets big air on Heart of Darkness, 5.12c”


Thomas Burden

Thomas Burden peoples choice submission
“Rob Pizem and a gravity bong at the teddy bears picnic.”

Voting is now closed.