Not all crampons are created equal. Fabian Reichle from Bächli Bergsport explains the most important differences to you.
Despite all the technical innovations in the clothing industry, one natural fiber is still particularly convincing: Merino wool.
The wintry mountain world is impressive and offers a lot of new things in summer: ski tours, snowshoe hikes or ice climbing, to name just a few sports. Unfortunately, snow-covered peaks also harbor a real risk of an avalanche. Especially with the current snow conditions. Life-saving equipment in an emergency is essential. Above all a reliable avalanche transceiver. We introduce you to the Powder BT from Pieps.
Have you got the ski touring bug? Here you will find tips for getting started in the world of ski touring and answers to the most pressing questions.
Not all boulder mats are the same. We'll show you the differences and what to look out for when buying a crash pad.
La Sportiva has developed a special climbing shoe for dynamic moves and wide volumes when climbing indoors: The Theory.
Dyneema Schlingen has a bad reputation. Wrongly. What are the rumors surrounding the material and what are the facts?
The Deuter Guide Lite 30+ is a feather-light alpine backpack that does not compromise on comfort and functionality.
One rope, three standards. The Swift is a single, half and twin rope in one and can therefore be used in a variety of ways, especially at full speed.