Find out everything about the Garmin Instinct Solar, the GPS watch with solar panel and a battery life of 54 days in standby mode.
We tested the new Autolock carabiner from Austrialpin - the HMS Rondo Slide - in the climbing garden and on multi-pitch climbing.
Vanlife: We show you where you can find parking spaces in Switzerland and which equipment you should look at.
Tree climbing is an interesting alternative to rock climbing. Find out what to look out for when climbing trees.
We will show you what you have to pay attention to when going via ferrata so that the excursion is a success. Here you will find basic knowledge and tips.
Asymmetrical fit, close-fitting and an additional rubber coating for bombproof toehooks. This is the Scarpa Instinct VSR.
The barefoot shoe Pure Freedom by Meindl offers you a lot of breathing and freedom of movement and thanks to its Vibram sole you still have a good kick.
Mammut, in partnership with the climate protection organization Protect Our Winters (POW), is launching the Close The Loop project and recycling old climbing ropes.
Ideas and tips for a river or stream trekking: We explain to you what you have to pay attention to and how your trekking will be well remembered.
Which climbing rope is needed for which application? You can find information about rope types, standards and their intended use when climbing in this article.
The Swift Protect Pro Dry climbing rope from Edelrid has a very high cut resistance thanks to aramid fibers in the rope sheath and is still dynamic.
In our micro-adventure series, the guys from Fajro will introduce you to what a micro-adventure needs and present ideas for trips.
The Deuter Guide Lite 30+ is a feather-light alpine backpack that does not compromise on comfort and functionality.
We have tested selected sleeping bags for you. In the snow cave, on the river bank during the lockdown and in the exposed bivouac on the wall foot. You can find out how we rate the sleeping bag models from Mammut, Sea to Summit, Mountain Equipment and Grüezi Bag here.
Do you want to stand on a 4000er? Here you can find out how best to prepare for your first high-altitude tour and what you need to consider.