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This is how you take care of your climbing gear and recognize damage

The cold season is slowly saying goodbye, the snow cover is receding. This creates space on the mountain for grippy rock - high time to get the climbing gear out of hibernation and start the first vertical adventures of the season. The moment is extremely favorable, either to bring the equipment into shape or to replace it in the event of damage. It goes without saying that no compromises are made when it comes to safety-related equipment. We look at the care of ropes and the like - for more durability and more safety.

We Care Classic recycling climbing rope from Mammut put to the test

We have taken a closer look at the Mammut Crag We Care Classic sport climbing rope and tested it on the rock for you.

Close the loop rope collection campaign: 758 kilograms of ropes have already been collected

As part of the Close The Loop rope collection campaign, 748kg of rope material has already been collected. New products are made from this.

How to look after your climbing equipment: tips and tricks

Metal, nylon, polyamide. Climbing equipment consists of materials that all have different areas of application and care requirements. Here you will find an overview of how to properly care for your climbing rope, harness, climbing shoes, carabiners, helmet and belay devices. So you have more fun with your equipment and can climb with it longer.

Petzl calls for the inspection of semi-static ropes

The mountain sports equipment supplier Petzl calls for the inspection of semi-static ropes from its product range. Customers are asked to check their ropes.

Mammut recycles your climbing rope - join now

Mammut, in partnership with the climate protection organization Protect Our Winters (POW), is launching the Close The Loop project and recycling old climbing ropes.

Triple safety: The Swift Pro Dry from Edelrid

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.

You have to know that about climbing ropes

Along with carabiners, harness and shoes, the rope is probably the most important product a climber can have. But what types of rope are there? How clean...