JACKLAOPE is back for its 8th edition from August 16th to 18th! We are proud to be once again organizing this year’s edition of the climbing competition in collaboration with Subway.
JACKALOPE is an Action Sports Fest that brings together fans of skateboarding, climbing, base-jumping, slacklining, and fixed gear.
The bouldering competition will bring together some of the top climbers in Canada to compete for a $3 000 divided cash prize. Invited athletes will be announced soon!
Friday August 16th 2019
5PM - 6PM: Warm Up
6PM - 9PM: ELITE QUALIFIERS
9PM - 11PM: Wall Closed
Saturday August 17th 2019
12PM - 12:30PM: Warm Up
12:30PM - 3:30PM: CITIZEN QUALIFIERS
6PM - 8PM: FINALS
8PM: AWARDS CEREMONY
8:15PM - 11PM: Wall Closed
Sunday August 18th 2019
12PM - 9PM: OPEN CLIMBING
*in the event of rain on Saturday August 17th, the finals will be pushed back to Sunday August 18th
The competition qualifiers will be a scramble for the citizen category. There will be 8 qualifying boulders for the elite category (all other boulders will be available to climb but will not count towards qualifications). Top 8 women and top 8 men of each category go to finals. Athlete registration costs $45 and gives you access to the site all weekend long.
Everyone is welcomed to come watch the competition, whether it be qualifiers or the finals. Festival-goers will also have the opportunity to climb on the wall outside of competition hours, so bring your shoes!
Want to be part of the team and volunteer? Volunteers get a day pass to access the JACKALOPE event. You will be able to watch the comps, skate demos, slackline, fixed gear and more.
Q: How to register/pay?
A: Go to the REGISTER PAGE. Select the Bouldering scramble pass. Choose your category. Click the option to pay and follow the prompts.
*We encourage everyone to pay online as it speeds up the check in process the day of the comp.
Q: What category should I register for?
A: Citizen: suggested climbing grade V0-V5 (up to blue and purple circuit)
Elite: suggested climbing grade V5 and up (from red to pink circuit)
Q: Can I change my category once I’m registered?
A: Yes. Please send us an email to email@example.com to request the change.
Q: If I am not competing, can I volunteer to help? If so, who do I contact?
A: Yes, please REGISTER HERE. Volunteers are essential to the success of each event.
Day of Competition
Q: How do I access the site?
A: You have to register at the entrance to get your pass. See the map below for entrance & wall location.
Q: What should I bring (for athletes only)?
A: Shoes, chalk and climbing clothes are paramount, of course. Additionally, it is very important to ensure your body has the fuel it needs to make it through the competition. A reusable water bottle, a sports energy drink for before or after, and some snacks are suggested. Food trucks will be present on the Jackalope site.
** only athletes are allowed to bring food onto the site.
Q: What time should I arrive?
A: We recommend arriving 1 hour before climbing is scheduled to start. The schedule is available above.
Q: How long do we have to climb?
A: 3 hours
Q: Can spectators come and watch?
A: Yes. You can BUY YOUR TICKET.
Q: Can spectators come and climb?
A: Yes. Only on the sunday
Scoring and Rules
Q: How does scoring work?
A: Each problem has 3 possible point values on your scorecard. If you top the problem on the first attempt, you get the highest possible point value for that problem. A second attempt top yields fewer points, and any top on the third or more attempt yields the fewest. A completed scorecard is your best six problems.
Q: Where/when are results posted?
A: Full results will usually be posted at the Allez Up tent within an hour of climbing completion. The finals line up will usually be posted on Facebook shortly after that.
Q:Where can I find out about ongoing news and results?