Rock: End of the Line canyon was in the past used for rock climbing training by the British Military and has much potential for sport routes. There has been a few multipitch rock routes done on the major butresses between End of the Line and Kitty Hawk. So far the rock explored has been high quality and quite solid. Pick up a copy of "David Thompson Corridor Rock" at the Center for Outdoor Education(email@example.com) near Nordegg for more info.
Alpine: An ascent of Mt. Elliot is difficult from almost any side. It is possible to scramble to the summit via the bowl on the North side of the Elliot/Sentinal col although some difficulties will be encountered. The last few years has seen some activity from the guides and instructors at the COE and the following routes have been established:
Cool Climbing (IV WI4+X 5.8R) - an incomplete winter mixed route up the middle of the big face. The hardest route in the corridor.
SE Ridge (III 5.8) - a challenging summer route on the left edge of the big face.
NE Ridge (III 5.5) - an great route up the right edge of the big face. Good place to practice shortroping.
South Ridge and 5 peak Traverse(II 4th Class) - a traverse of the Twins, Unnamed, Elliot and Sentinal.