For a year now, Séb Berthe's Belgian crew has been raising eyebrows in the climbing scene. You make short work of established multi-pitch classics and devalue them. We spoke to Sébastien Berthe and the climbing legend Beat Kammerlander.
We drove to Mammut's headquarters to test your old climbing equipment. We have put ropes, belts and carabiners through their paces. When will the 20-year-old rope in the drop tower break? What is a normal fall and does it even occur in reality? We clarify.
The latest issue of the news program BETA is devoted to the topic of ring ligament rupture and how to prevent it, deals with two potential 9c candidates and takes a critical look at Daniel Woods' video of the 9a boulder ascent.
Jakob Schubert is one of the strongest climbers in the world. In an interview with Dominik Osswald and Remo Schläpfer, Jakob Schubert talks about his ambitions on rock and plastic as well as the challenges in the life of a professional climber.
On Thursday June 10, 2021, Jakob Schubert will be a guest at the Mammut Climbing Talk on YouTube. During the event, viewers have the opportunity to ask Jakob questions.
According to previous statistics, there were over forty people on all 8 meters. The latest research shows that many of them were on the wrong peaks. Is it the biggest mistake in alpine history?
Switzerland versus Canada. Which security policy is the better? Christine Sievers dares to compare the climbing gyms.
The latest episode of Actiontalk TV and LACRUX's BETA program is dedicated to historical climbing routes such as Action Directe, Hubble and Akira. In exclusive interviews with the German climbing professional Alex Megos and the controversial Frenchman Fred Rouhling, we investigate the question of whether climbing history needs to be rewritten and what about the confused history of the 9b route Akira.
Mammut is recalling Generation 3.0 avalanche airbags for the 2020/2021 winter season. The functionality could be impaired.
Mammut, in partnership with the climate protection organization Protect Our Winters (POW), is launching the Close The Loop project and recycling old climbing ropes.
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.
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.
From May 11, 2020, climbing and bouldering halls may open their gates again. In compliance with strict regulations. These are the rules. Important: The hall operators are dependent on the understanding / participation of the climbing community.
A student at the ZHAW examines the ecological balance of climbing ropes. Those who fill out the questionnaire will be entered into the raffle for 10 climbing ropes.
Caro North embarks on an adventurous and challenging Antarctic expedition with Guillaume Martina and Mark van den Weg.