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Pyramid of Ice
Expedition We Are Explorers Jon Gupta

Pyramid of Ice

The best way to tick off 8000m peaks? Do two in a row. After a successful attempt on Kanchenjunga, mountain guide Jon Gupta set his sights on an alpine style ascent of the mountain fortress of Makalu. 
Rubbernecker
Climbing Nathan Hadley

Rubbernecker

Shortly after moving to Washington in 2015, I began scouring the guidebooks for aid lines to free. There’s not many left, and I would later discover that this is not always the best way to find great new free lines. However, the aid line "Midnight Ride" (5.9 A4 600ft) on South Early Winter Spire (SEWS) jumped out. The route climbs a steep and clean face on SEWS just left of the classic route "The Passenger" in the Washington Pass area. For years I had been thinking about checking that face out, but never did until the summer of 2021. 
Land of the Cold Sun
Alpinism We Are Explorers Faiçal Bourkiba

Land of the Cold Sun

I’ve spent years climbing and hiking in the Atlas Mountains and walking by the north face on Tazarhart (3450 m). Its hulking face adorned with sharp rocks, thin ice, with five sharp couloirs reaching up to the ridge, running to 550m. The face fascinated me, and my curiosity piqued. Yet I knew this is beyond my level. Feeling I needed to keep my climbing ambition realistic, I tried to forget about this climb.
The High Life
Mountaineering Expedition We Are Explorers Jon Gupta

The High Life

Leading a team to an 8000m summit demands impeccable organisation, unwavering commitment, and an affinity for the otherworldly landscapes of the loftiest mountains. Jon Gupta shares his guiding experience on the world’s third highest peak. 
Around the WURL’D
Running We Are Explorers Chris Fisher

Around the WURL’D

Chris Fisher is no stranger to hard, back-breaking endurance events on foot. After quitting during ‘Hell Week’, an infamous final component of Navy Seals training, Chris was left with regret.  Shorty after an early attempt on the Mosquito-Tenmile traverse in Frisco, CO., Chris set his sights on his next big send in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. 
Catching up with Banff artist Jack Spowart
Banff

Catching up with Banff artist Jack Spowart

In the spring of 2022, we began our search for a talented artist to design this year's artwork for the Banff Mountain Festival. We had hundreds of incredible submissions from talented artists across the globe. It was a huge challenge to pick an artist whose work would be featured. It was Jack Spowart, and his intricate illustrations, combining pen, ink and a subtle use of colour that really stood out.  
Empty Your Uncertainty Bucket
Climbing We Are Explorers Anna Hazlett

Empty Your Uncertainty Bucket

I can’t tell you how many times local climbers have twisted their faces at me, wondering how it is that I’ve ended up in the UK. So, what in the world is this California girl doing here, of all places? 
The Way Less Travelled
Climbing Angus Kille We Are Explorers

The Way Less Travelled

Angus Kille, Calum Muskett and Jon Gupta set off on an esoteric Matterhorn route , with all the ingredients of the proper adventure; fatigue, doubt, risk, mistakes and of course Jon’s self-proclaimed good looks and banter.
Home of the Jötunn
Climbing Mountaineering Tor Berge

Home of the Jötunn

Rab Athlete Tor Berge recently journeyed to Jotunheimen for a few days of peak bagging, with his climbing partner Bjørn.
The Elusive Hawk
Climbing Bronwyn Hodgins We Are Explorers

The Elusive Hawk

In December 2021, Canadian climbers Bronwyn Hodgins and Kelsey Watts made the first female ascent of El Gavilan (300m, 13a) in Mexico. This was the final step in Bronwyn’s multi-season effort to re-bolt the original 1990s Jeff Jackson line, making the route safe and accessible for future climbers.
Mentorship in the Mountains
Skiing

Mentorship in the Mountains

The piece of advice that’s stuck with me since I took my first avalanche course is the importance of mentorship. But mentorship has been hard to come by. Later, I learned that mentors are more likely to take on mentees who remind them of themselves. In an industry where men far outnumber women, could this have something to do with my struggle to find mentors in the industry?  
Tales of the Summer Isles
We Are Explorers Will Copestake

Tales of the Summer Isles

Carved by ice, wind, and waves, the Summer Isles are a small archipelago off the northwest Scottish coast. For kayak leader Will Copestake, they offer solo adventure and solace during a busy summer season.
Defying Demons
We Are Explorers Hiking

Defying Demons

On a wild and wet quest across a lesser known Cuillin ridge, Sarah Leighton goes in hunt of Rum’s fabled trolls only to encounter some demons of her own.
10 Years Of Testing
Climbing We Are Explorers Kev Shields

10 Years Of Testing

After 10 years of pushing his climbing limits while testing gear for us, Kev Shields reflects on the evolution of his mindset during a life on the rock and what being bold means to him.
400k To The Top
Running We Are Explorers ChrisFisher

400k To The Top

Climbing as many vertical feet as one can throughout a single month is not a normal challenge. I went out during the Cirque Series Max Vert October with the intention of climbing over 400,000 ft and breaking a world record.
Esclatamasters
Climbing Angus Kille We Are Explorers

Esclatamasters

Searching for something that would push his climbing, Angus Kille found Esclatamasters. A 9a in the Catalan Pyrenees. All consuming, he learnt what it means to be a climber.
Fontainebleau climbing with Jenya Kazbekova
Bouldering We Are Explorers Jenya Kazbekova

Fontainebleau climbing with Jenya Kazbekova

Being bold is about putting yourself out there, challenging your beliefs, and working through the problem. After the competition season ended early, Jenya takes a trip to Fontainbleu to find her next challenge.
An Teallach's Hardest Winter Route Repeated
Mountaineering Scottish Winter Guy Robertson

An Teallach's Hardest Winter Route Repeated

Guy Robertson and Adam Russell have repeated The Wailing Wall (IX 9) on An Teallach, a route established by the late Martin Moran.
All-in Ice Fest Recap
Ice Climbing Events

All-in Ice Fest Recap

The All In Ice Fest has brought to the surface, many discussions regarding diversity, equity, and representation specifically for Ice Climbing. David Lee reflects on the first All In Ice Festival.
Exploring Tredós
We Are Explorers Philipp Klein

Exploring Tredós

Cris, Gaizka, and Philipp head to Tredós for a weekend ski-touring getaway. Hoping the early season pow will live up to their expectations, they’ve got a couloir and the North face in their sights.
Reflecting on the 2022 Ouray Ice Fest
Ice Climbing Mountaineering

Reflecting on the 2022 Ouray Ice Fest

Ryan Vachon shares his thoughts from the 2022 Ouray Ice Festival.
East to West: 1000 km of Iceland - Part 2
Expedition Tamar Valkenier IWD

East to West: 1000 km of Iceland - Part 2

Tamar and Tjeerd decide to take on an insane project, walking 1000km across Iceland, just as the season is coming to an end. Will they make it?
East to West: 1000 km of Iceland - Part 1
Expedition Tamar Valkenier IWD

East to West: 1000 km of Iceland - Part 1

Tamar and Tjeerd decide to take on an insane project, walking 1000km across Iceland, just as the season is coming to an end. Will they make it?
Searching for Secrets
Ski We Are Explorers Robert Moskowitz

Searching for Secrets

Looking for a unique adventure, Robert, Sebastian, and Anders head to a secret hut in Romsdal. Will they find a sanctuary or a shack?
Steady but Surely: Mount Rundle Traverse
Mountaineering Christine Bérubé-Martin IWD

Steady but Surely: Mount Rundle Traverse

Christine and Sam take on the Mount Rundle Traverse. But have they bitten off more than they can chew?
Sometimes Mountains Say “No”
Ski We Are Explorers Thea Røhme IWD

Sometimes Mountains Say “No”

Big dreams tend to mean big adventures. Krister and Thea take on Store Jægervasstind, with an aim to ski a new couloir. But how long will the weather window hold out?
Paralpinism: A New Way of Enjoying Mountains
Alpinism Marta Jimenez IWD

Paralpinism: A New Way of Enjoying Mountains

Mountains can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Marta talks about how she's become a multi-sport athlete.
Cave of Dreams
Ice Climbing Jeff Mercier Alpinism We Are Explorers

Cave of Dreams

Jeff stumbles across a hidden cave on social media, and seeks it out. He finds a cave of dreams.
Sirens on the Scheidegg Wetterhorn
Mountaineering Bas Visscher

Sirens on the Scheidegg Wetterhorn

Bas and Danny are alone on the west pillar of the Scheidegg Wetterhorn. How will they fare on Berner Oberland's wild route?
Where It All Started
Climbing Tyler Allen

Where It All Started

Tyler takes a trip home, to where is all began, the New River Gorge.
New Age Raiders
Ice Climbing Scottish Winter We Are Explorers

New Age Raiders

It was a usual winters night in the van. I struggled to sleep with the anticipation of the early alarm weighing heavy on my mind and the stormy weather pounding the skylight just a couple of feet above my face.
Carving Plummer Canyon
Skiing We Are Explorers Mark Morris

Carving Plummer Canyon

Four friends climbed a 7-kilometer trail leading to the remote Plummer Canyon Yurt. They quickly realized they were venturing into one of the continent's most stunning backcountry ski destinations.
Between Paradises Part 2 | Lofoten
Juho Knuuttila

Between Paradises Part 2 | Lofoten

After returning from Pakistan, Juho seeks the comfort of the Lofoten Islands and saught to put up a new line.
Between Paradises Part 1 | Pakistan
Juho Knuuttila

Between Paradises Part 1 | Pakistan

Juho travelled to Pakistan in search of an unclimbed peak and some high alpine fun. Join his journey through flight delays, crumbly rock, and hot weather.
Tales of Zion Ice
Angela VanWiemeersch We Are Explorers IWD

Tales of Zion Ice

Angela, Bronywn and Sav head to Zion, the place where Angela had spent so much time with her partner. What would she find there, in between all those ponderosa pines? Would the beauty she’d experienced all those years ago still be there?
The Planet’s Sufferfest
Events Huw James

The Planet’s Sufferfest

As the world's leaders gather to assess and decide the next actions for a global push to limit climate change, we asked Science Presenter, adventurer and Rab ambassador, Huw James, for his take on where we are right now and what he thinks comes next.
Alpine Playground
Alpinism We Are Explorers Tyler Allen

Alpine Playground

Join Tyler Allen in his Alpine Playground on Mount Washington.
Mountain Mentorship: Rab supports AIARE Women’s Mentorship Program
Skiing Amy David

Mountain Mentorship: Rab supports AIARE Women’s Mentorship Program

Rab athlete, Amy David, is a big mountain skier. But that doesn’t come without an extensive understanding of snow and avalanches. An ongoing pursuit, that takes a lifetime to grasp… Maybe two lifetimes.
Between Your Hat and Your Feet
Hiking Amy David IWD

Between Your Hat and Your Feet

The pace of backpacking is slow, but the simplicity of it is unbeatable. Wouldn't you agree?
Skiing Giants - Part 2
Boris Langenstein Skiing We Are Explorers

Skiing Giants - Part 2

Boris and friends go on a trip to Pakistan to explore some high alpine skiing. This adventure entails pleasure, stress, and set backs.
Skiing Giants - Part 1
Boris Langenstein Skiing We Are Explorers

Skiing Giants - Part 1

Boris and friends go on a trip to Pakistan to explore some high alpine skiing. This adventure entails pleasure, stress, and set backs.
Everest | Failing in Style
Mountaineering Alpinism Roeland van Oss

Everest | Failing in Style

Decision-making in the mountains is difficult. Do we continue? Do we go back down? When faced with illness, high winds, and doubt, what would you do if the summit was in reach?
Of Autumn & Ice Part 2
Benny Lieber Mountaineering We Are Explorers

Of Autumn & Ice Part 2

Benny, Alex, and Austin explored the Alaskan Hayes Range in autumn to see what they would find. Turns out, they found some seriously good climbing.
Of Autumn & Ice Part 1
Benny Lieber Mountaineering We Are Explorers

Of Autumn & Ice Part 1

Benny, Alex, and Austin explored the Alaskan Hayes Range in autumn to see what they would find. Turns out, they found some seriously good climbing.
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival 2021
Banff Events

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival 2021

It's nearly time for one of the biggest Mountain festivals on the scene. Find out about tickets and a curated Spotify playlist here.
Catching up with Bryn on the Banff artwork
Banff

Catching up with Bryn on the Banff artwork

Preview the new artwork for the 2021 Banff Mountain Film Festival. Artist, Bryn Merrell, has painted a beautiful piece capturing the essence of Banff. Check it out here.
Female climbing up sea cliffs
Events Kendal Mountain Festival

Kendal Mountain Festival 2021 + Rab Film Grant

Find out about 2021's Kendal Mountain Festival and our £10,000 Film Grant.
Bronwyn Sends Golden Gate - Part 2
Climbing Bronwyn Hodgins We Are Explorers IWD

Bronwyn Sends Golden Gate - Part 2

Canadian climber Bronwyn Hodgins became the third woman to free Golden Gate in Yosemite, California. Read part two, here.
Bronwyn Sends Golden Gate - Part 1
Climbing Bronwyn Hodgins We Are Explorers IWD

Bronwyn Sends Golden Gate - Part 1

In May 2021, Canadian Rab athlete Bronwyn Hodgins became the third woman to free Golden Gate in Yosemite, California. Read her story here.
Gravity Bears
Climbing Jacob Cook

Gravity Bears

Jacob Cook and Drew Marshall put up The Drop Bear, on the Prow Wall of the Stawamus Chief, on July 23rd 2021. This is their story.
Natt Williams completes the Hope 1000
Cycling Natt Williams

Natt Williams completes the Hope 1000

Rab athlete Natt Williams competed in his first adventure race, the Hope 1000. We caught up with him to see how it went. Read it here.
Plastic Isn’t The Problem - Plastic Waste Is
Design Insights DNA

Plastic Isn’t The Problem - Plastic Waste Is

Plastic is a valuable resource. It’s still the most effective and lightest packaging solution for us to store and transport our high-value products, from factory through to customer. It protects garments from being damaged by moisture, dust and dirt.
Looking Back on a Lockdown In The Loft
Climbing Angus Kille

Looking Back on a Lockdown In The Loft

You won’t find mountain adventures on a training board that has short and accessible as its design principles. But after months of substituting rock for plywood, I’m surprised at what I did find.
Summer in the Sunnmøre Alps
Tor Berge Hiking Microadventures

Summer in the Sunnmøre Alps

When you think of vacations in Norway, you think fjords, mountains, and sea. Well, Tor and Ine found just this. Read about the awesome Norwegian destination they found, here.
The Journey Of Self-Discovery
Events Running Wellbeing

The Journey Of Self-Discovery

It is not about the distance of the race; it is about the journey within. The Cirque Series captures this essence. This inspirational race series started at Brighton Resort, Utah. One of 6 races that tests both the mental and physical strengths of 500 racers.
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Climbing We Are Explorers Microadventures

One Hundred Years of Solitude

Coming out of a long winter of lockdown restrictions in Wales, it seemed apt that our project for this trip was called ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’, an E8 on the remote cliff of Càrn Mòr in the north-west Highlands.
Getting to know Juho Knuuttila
Climbing Mountaineering Juho Knuuttila

Getting to know Juho Knuuttila

We caught up with Juho, a dedicated Finnish climber, Juho as he heads of to the Karakorum for some new routing.
Slipping Through the Cracks
Climbing Heather Weidner Backcountry IWD

Slipping Through the Cracks

I'm slipping... There’s a thin layer of dirt that covers everything: the climb, the gear, my whole body. My throat is dry, and my chest is heaving.
In The Wake of Bandits
Climbing We Are Explorers Microadventures Philipp Klein

In The Wake of Bandits

It’s 6am when the alarm starts to ring in the van. It’s still dark outside. The crisp, fresh air starkly contrasting the comfort inside our warm sleeping bags. Cristina reaches for her phone and turns the alarm off, wishing she had had a few more hours to sleep.
Our First Year of Fair Wear Membership
Fair Wear

Our First Year of Fair Wear Membership

Fair Wear awarded us the “Good” status after only 12 months of membership. We’re aiming for better though.
Watch Ocean to Asgard
Climbing Bronwyn Hodgins Films We Are Explorers

Watch Ocean to Asgard

Jacob Cook and Bronwyn Hodgins went on an epic 40-day trip to Baffin Island. Their tale is one of adventure, new routing, and pink flamingos...
About priorities, injuries and identity
Climbing Scott Bennett

About priorities, injuries and identity

“I just looked at your MRI… and I had to triple-check I had the correct patient. The ankle on there looked like it belonged to a 70-year old” the doctor told me as he walked into the exam room. I’d been limping for nearly 6 months, since a bad sprain the previous summer, and had finally given in the wise counsel of my girlfriend and come to see a specialist.
More Sand Than Stone
Climbing Heather Weidner Hayden Jamieson We Are Explorers IWD

More Sand Than Stone

Three hundred feet up the wall I weighted my toes on dime-sized sandstone edges. I was reminded of my ballet days on pointe -- the pain was torturous. 
Hayden Jamieson climbs Freerider in a day
Climbing Hayden Jamieson

Hayden Jamieson climbs Freerider in a day

On May 9th, Hayden Jamieson and Aaron Livingston free climbed El Cap’s Freerider in under 22 hours. This had been a long term goal for Rab athlete Hayden. It is a benchmark in big wall free climbing. And their decision to both free climb the route makes it all the more impressive.
Tequila Villa
Climbing Bronwyn Hodgins We Are Explorers IWD

Tequila Villa

It was the start of January 2019. The world had no idea what was about to hit it. It was only weeks later that the World Health Organization would declare the outbreak as a global health emergency, and a few months later that the virus would hit the Americas. All eight of us sat on the big bed, gossiping about boys, relationships, menstrual cycles, tinder dates… the whole deal. We took turns sharing stories while the rest listened curiously, giggling like little girls at a sleepover. This was nothing like any climbing trip I’d ever been on.
Recycled Down - What happens to your old down products?
Design Insights DNA

Recycled Down - What happens to your old down products?

You probably have one: a sleeping bag, down jacket, maybe your duvet or pillow is down filled. If not, you've certainly come across a down filled item. Down has been used as an insulation filling for generations. It's kept people warm at night, and explorers alive in the coldest conditions. But what happens to it all once you're done? Where does it go?
Sylvain Thiabud opens Montecristo 4
Climbing Sylvain Thiabaud Alpinism

Sylvain Thiabud opens Montecristo 4

Rab Athlete Sylvain Thiabaud opens Montecristo N°4, a new mixed route in Maurienne’s secret valley.
Solace in Siurana
Climbing We Are Explorers Microadventures Philipp Klein

Solace in Siurana

In October of 2020, my friends and I were looking for new places to visit to celebrate that we could travel again after the first COVID-19 lockdown in Spain. We had been climbing a lot around Barcelona but we felt like it was time to organize a bigger trip.
Are You Tough Enough?
Climbing We Are Explorers Manu Prats

Are You Tough Enough?

I don't remember if I read it in a book or saw it in a movie, but it has always fascinated me that a trip doesn't start when you get your packs ready, but when you dream it for the first time. In my case, the trip to Madagascar began in 2007 after the radical opening of the route “Hijos de la Pedri” in Tsaranoro valley by my inspiring friends Talo and Palan Martin.
Jessy Pivier climbs Epéna North Face
Climbing Alpinism Jessy Pivier

Jessy Pivier climbs Epéna North Face

It all started exactly 27 years ago, when – during his first adventures in this North face – Manu Pellissier began to dream of a mixed line through this huge limestone face. Luc Mongellaz had also visited this face already, attempting the first winter ascent of the North West pillar in 2017, which was stopped just below the summit after a fall of his partner.  
Chasing Dog Days
Climbing Greg Boswell We Are Explorers Microadventures

Chasing Dog Days

Follow Rab athlete Greg Boswell and Marz McInnes (plus Floki and Kida) as they chase a spell of unusually good weather around the Highlands, and experience everything that Scotland has to offer.
Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #4
Tamar Valkenier Ice Skating

Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #4

The Arctic is not for everyone. The terrain is often barren, with few places to hide from the elements. The cold bites and can be at times quite overwhelming. Storms, white-outs, avalanches, crevasses. With -26°C as our warmest night, a group of four arctic explorers and me set out to train for the worst.
The Easy Way Down
Calum Muskett Alpinism We Are Explorers

The Easy Way Down

Patience is a virtue, or so I’m told. In the high mountains I’m normally on the move constantly and it seems unusual to be stood still, waiting for the perfect moment. The fabric on my paraglider is still rustling as a katabatic wind blows gently down the glacier trying to dislodge the light fabric from its delicate perch on the frozen snow slope.
Call Of The Sirens
Climbing Local Climbs Jacob Cook

Call Of The Sirens

In February 2017, Bronwyn and I packed our lives into our red van and drove 4000km across the Canadian winter-scape to Squamish, BC. We’d never even visited the town but decided it would be our new home - granite pilgrims from the East.
Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #3
Tamar Valkenier Ice Skating

Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #3

An entire winter in Swedish Lapland? Why not? Me and my expedition partner Gerard had been ice-skating and winter camping for weeks above the Arctic Circle, but still it felt like I only just got a small taste of what this remote part of Europe has to offer.
Meet the Rab Ski Athlete Team
Skiing

Meet the Rab Ski Athlete Team

From our birthplace in the Scottish Highlands to our playground in the mountains of the world, we thrive in the worst that mother nature can dish out. With our Khroma collection, we’ve taken our years of experience, skill and knowledge in making mountain clothing that performs in all conditions and applied that to ski mountaineering apparel.
Lake District Rock Climbing Styles
Climbing AMI Team

Lake District Rock Climbing Styles

Lake District rock climbing offers something for everyone. From beginner trad climbs through to some of the hardest routes in the country, there is both easily accessible, roadside cragging and long days on the mountain crags. The bouldering also gives a wide variety of rock types, grades, and locations, and there is quality sport climbing in the South Lakes too. 
Horse-accessed Ski Touring in British Columbia
Skiing Martina Halik

Horse-accessed Ski Touring in British Columbia

“How do we put the skis on Pal?” I wonder aloud as I look over the muscular dun colored gelding who will be our packhorse. Pal huffs quietly and gives me a patient look that says, “Take as long as you want, I’m in no rush to get up that mountain.”
An Arctic Adventure
Skiing Anna Blackwell

An Arctic Adventure

In January 2020, ambassador Anna Blackwell travelled to Arctic Sweden. Once there, despite very little experience on skis, she found herself skiing into the backcountry for a multi-day camping trip with a friend.
Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #2
Expedition Tamar Valkenier Ice Skating

Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #2

Autumn in Sápmi – better known as Lapland – can be quite spectacular. A vivid spectrum of oranges, reds and yellows breaks through the snow that is covering the surface only so slightly. Snow is falling late this year, giving us time to test our expedition kit on the frozen lakes of northern Sweden.
Rab wins The Great Outdoors Magazine’s Best Brand Reader Award 2020!
Awards

Rab wins The Great Outdoors Magazine’s Best Brand Reader Award 2020!

We are extremely thrilled to have won The Great Outdoors Magazine’s Best Brand Reader Awards for the fourth year running!
Getting Your Kids into Climbing
Climbing Chris Lucas AMI Team

Getting Your Kids into Climbing

It’s surely every climber’s dream when facing parenthood – now I’ll be able to take my kids climbing (or sometimes – now I’m going to have to if I ever want to get on the rock again!) When and how can be fraught with options and the risk of putting them off for life! Every child is different, and how and at what stage you introduce your kids to climbing will depend on your own experience and confidence. Here are some thoughts and top tips from my own experience with my daughters and working with client families.
Psycho Bianco Ridge: Dutch Expedition Academy in Bernina
Mountaineering Noor van der Veen Dutch Expedition Academy

Psycho Bianco Ridge: Dutch Expedition Academy in Bernina

The Bianco Ridge on Piz Bernina (4.048m) is a dream route for many climbers. Just like the photogenic west-east traverse of Piz Palü (3.905m). Even better would be to link up both ridge routes and combine them into one long tour. In spite of a somewhat unstable weather forecast the young Dutch Expedition Academy team gave it a try. It all turned out a little different than expected, but was an unforgettable day.
Island: Zwischen den Stürmen
Skifahren Annika Schlachter

Island: Zwischen den Stürmen

Im März 2020 starten wir von München aus unsere Reise nach Island – genauer gesagt, erst mal nach Reykjavik. Bereits im Anflug kleben unsere Nasen an der Scheibe des Flugzeugs. Die Aussicht von hier oben auf die ersten schneebedeckten Hügel, die direkt bis ans Meer reichen, ist wahnsinnig beeindruckend. Das Kopfkino startet und ich male mir im Flugzeugsitz die ersten Schwünge im unverspurten Schnee mit Blick auf das Meer aus.
Skiing Iceland: In-Between the Storms
Skiing Annika Schlachter

Skiing Iceland: In-Between the Storms

We started our trip to Iceland in Munich in March 2020. During the approach to Reykjavik, our noses were sticking to the window of the airplane. The view over the first snow-covered hills reaching all the way down to the shore was incredibly impressive. I could already imagine the first turns in the untouched snow.
Over the Edge: Q&A
Kendal Mountain Festival

Over the Edge: Q&A

To celebrate five years of Women’s Trad Festival, Rab commissioned the film ‘Over the Edge’ to tell the story of the women behind the sell-out festival.
Female climbing up sea cliffs
Events Kendal Mountain Festival

Kendal Mountain Festival 2020

At Rab and Lowe Alpine we’re delighted to continue our partnership with Kendal Mountain Festival, which is fully digital this year. 
Frozen Lake Baikal
Skiing Tamar Valkenier

Preparing for the Lake Baikal Ice Skating Expedition – Episode #1

Most of the fun in any expedition is in the preparation. This isn’t just my opinion, it’s been proven scientifically. With this in mind, I try to extend the preparation process for our Lake Baikal (RU) traverse as much as possible. It’s too much fun!
Paraglider above the mountains
Banff Films

Banff Film Festival Round Up

Adventure film season is upon us and the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival has gone digital this year. With so many inspiring stories being told, we’re delighted to share the trailers of Rab supported athletes whose adventure films have been accepted into the festival. 
Downhill skier
Awards

Khroma Kinetic Jacket Wins Editors' Choice Award

We are delighted to announce that Backcountry Magazine honoured our Khroma Kinetic Jacket with an Editors’ Choice award ahead of the 2020-21 winter season!
Climbing Between Closing Borders
Zeno Schaekers Climbing Bouldering

Climbing Between Closing Borders

It all started with a plan. A plan to get out again and finally touch some rock.
DeWilde Style : New Route in Alaska’s Hayes Range
Climbing Benny Lieber

DeWilde Style : New Route in Alaska’s Hayes Range

When I arrived in Alaska for the first time four years ago, my mother and I flew through the mountains. I remember how good they looked, but I wasn’t ready for an Alaskan-level mountain. They all looked so big, steep, and gnarly, even the small ones. I was an amateur at the time, but was so enthralled by what I saw that yet again, as I have done before, I pushed everything in my life away and decided to move to Alaska the next spring. I wanted an authentic relationship with the land and for the last four summers I’ve grown just that.
 Mit Kind und Kegel zu Fuß über die Alpen
Julian Bückers Wandern

Mit Kind und Kegel zu Fuß über die Alpen

Eigentlich ist es wieder wie jedes Jahr. Anfang des Jahres nehmen wir uns vor, einen wirklich „großen“ Sommerurlaub zu machen. Sechs Wochen Kletterurlaub in Nordamerika, oder Neuseeland, wir wollten doch schon immer nach Neuseeland.
#RabOutside Competition

#RabOutside Competition

To celebrate National #GetOutsideDay from Ordnance Survey on 27th September, we’re giving you the chance to win a brand new Microlight jacket and an Edge backpack.
 Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival 2020
Banff Events

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival 2020

We at Rab are delighted to continue our partnership with the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival for a fourth year.
 John Fellows: Behind the Design
John Fellows Banff

John Fellows: Behind the Design

As title sponsor of the Banff Film Festival, Rab has worked closely with John Fellows for the past three years to create bespoke designs for the official festival t-shirts. We wanted to find an artist who would capture the same feeling and connection to the outdoors we all share while experiencing the stories that are told during the festival.
Designing for Sustainable Performance
Design Insights

Designing for Sustainable Performance

Years of experience go into the design, creation and realisation of all of our products. Behind this stands a deep respect and love for the mountains we play, explore and adventure in. Inspired by this, our AW20 collection is devoted to everything we’re passionate about – performance, technology and the environment.
Aiguille Dibona - The Needle in the Blue
Climbing Honza Navrátil

Aiguille Dibona - The Needle in the Blue

Honza Navratil fell in love with Aiguille Dibona after receiving a message from his friend. In August, he spent a week exploring the Ecrins National Park in the French Alps where he ascended the needle of Aiguille Dibona.
Mit dem Rad von den Bergen bis ans Meer
Maria Pilarski Radfahren

Mit dem Rad von den Bergen bis ans Meer

Eine Geschichte von Urlaub mal anders, von unterwegs sein und ankommenWie gerne wäre ich jetzt in Südfrankreich, um mir an bestem Fels die Finger langzuziehen. Ein ganz normaler Frühjahrs-Kletterurlaub. Aber was ist dieser Tage schon normal. Die Grenzen in Europa sind dicht, es herrschen Kontaktbeschränkungen, die gewohnte Mobilität und Freiheit ist eingeschränkt. Ein krisensicherer Urlaubsplan muss her.
Skitourengehen in Georgien – Tipps und Infos
Michael Bückers Skifahren

Skitourengehen in Georgien – Tipps und Infos

Georgien? Kaukasus? Wo genau ist das? Ich bin sicher nicht der Einzige, der erstmal die Landkarte bzw. Google-Maps befragte, bevor ich letztes Jahr das erste Mal dort auf Skitour war.
 The Backwards Art of Progress
Climbing Jude Spancken

The Backwards Art of Progress

“Have you always progressed in your climbing?” I was asked by my friend, Louis, at our local climbing wall. As we were talking about grades, it would have been easy to answer that my progression had been steady up to a point.
  RabAtHome Competition Highlights

RabAtHome Competition Highlights

Just after the global lockdown was implemented, we launched our #RabAtHome competition. We wanted to do something that everyone could get involved in, to keep spirits high and find adventure at home during an uncertain time. We asked our community to post a flat lay photo using inspiration from their Rab clothing, outdoor kit and indoor space for the chance to win a kitbag full of Rab gear. 
 Local Climbs: The Quarryman
Climbing Angus Kille Local Climbs

Local Climbs: The Quarryman

In the first of our series of Local Climbs, Angus Kille tackles the iconic Quarryman for a big-wall training challenge just five miles from home.
Time to Reminisce – Climbing Norway’s National Mountain
Climbing Mountaineering Tor Berge

Time to Reminisce – Climbing Norway’s National Mountain

My home is Bergen, Norway – otherwise known as the city between the seven mountains. It is here that I grew up with a family who took me to the mountains or the cabin every weekend and every holiday. With that, I was trained from a very early age to take active breaks from a busy everyday life.
 Mountain Guiding During COVID-19
Tomas van Lieshout

Mountain Guiding During COVID-19

This winter season was about guiding people in the mountains all around the world. I am a full-time mountain guide and had a lot of exciting plans. Until a few weeks ago I enjoyed every second of my profession but due to the coronavirus and the measures that were taken, I was forced to cancel my plans and stay at my current home in Austria. So how does that work for someone like me, who is used to spend his time in the biggest office possible almost 24/7?
The Big Three – Climbing in South Island
Mountaineering Calum Muskett

The Big Three – Climbing in South Island

I’m not a big fan of waking up early, yet I seem to have chosen a lifestyle and career where my phone alarm has seven different wake-up calls set between midnight and 6am. It’s the hours of darkness that are the worst bit, trudging across glaciers when it’s cold, but still warm enough for you to work up a sweat that mingles with your sun cream.
Dutch Expedition Academy: Coping During COVID-19
Noor van der Veen Alpinism

Dutch Expedition Academy: Coping During COVID-19

In self-isolation for over two weeks now, it is strange to remember what I was doing exactly one month ago. Monday morning, 5 A.M. We had just woken up from a cold night in the winter hut of the Refuge d’Alpe de Villar d’Arène in the French Alps. A last cup of tea, a final glance at our map, I quickly stuffed some remaining gear in my pack.
Tom Randall - Brown Cows Over Utah
Climbing Tom Randall

Tom Randall - Brown Cows Over Utah

Crack climbing, for me, has been all about performance for a really long time. I’ve been on that incessant drive to push my own standards, establish things that are at the limit of the genre and in the process of that, do quite a few first ascents! 
Home Climbing Exercises with Lattice Training
Climbing Tom Randall Wellbeing

Home Climbing Exercises with Lattice Training

Since getting out to the crag or your local climbing wall isn’t possible at the moment, we’ve compiled some of the great climbing training videos produced by our friends at Lattice Training which cover a series of exercises you can do at home.
 Catalonia - A Home Away From Home
Julia Littlefair

Catalonia - A Home Away From Home

One of the things I love about climbing is that it takes you to some amazing locations. I’ve been lucky enough to climb throughout Europe as well as in Australia and the United States.Cheap flights and a wealth of information online means that few climbing destinations are secret these days and many places now have a truly international feel with climbers coming from all over the globe in search of good rock.
How to enjoy running
Jen Scotney Running

How to enjoy running

Why do you run? Four words that for me would be the start of a river of reasons that could eventually flood into a book. This is probably the same for you too. On one level it may be simple, to move and stay fit. It may be to socialise. To get some headspace after a long day at work. It may be all three and then three hundred more.
Andrea Mason - Sea to Summit Challenge
Andrea Mason

Andrea Mason - Sea to Summit Challenge

On Monday 9th September 2019 I set out to achieve what most people thought would be impossible: swim 34km across the English Channel, cycle 900km across France to the foot of Mont Blanc and then climb to the summit of the tallest mountain in Western Europe – all in just 5 days. If I’m honest, it still sounds completely crazy,
klettern-alltag-und-community-in-zeiten-der-pandemie
Sarah Kampf Wellbeing

klettern-alltag-und-community-in-zeiten-der-pandemie

Mit einem Mal steht unser Leben Kopf. Je mehr sich die Ereignisse um die globale Corona-Ausbreitung beschleunigen, desto mehr verlangsam und reduziert sich unser individuelles Leben. Unser Bewegungsradius, die Zerstreuungsangebote sowie die persönlichen Begegnungen werden minimiert. Auch mein Klettern, mein Alltag und mein Familienleben werden dadurch maßgeblich bestimmt.
Climbing, Life and Community During the Pandemic
Sarah Kampf Wellbeing

Climbing, Life and Community During the Pandemic

Suddenly our lives are turned upside down. The more events accelerate around the globe with the spread of COVID-19, the more our everyday life is slowed down. Our range of motion, leisure activities and personal encounters are minimized. Of course, this also determines my climbing, my everyday life and my family routine. 
Greg Boswell - Ice Climbing in Lofoten
Ice Climbing Jeff Mercier Greg Boswell

Greg Boswell - Ice Climbing in Lofoten

At the end of January, Jeff Mercier and I met up in the north of Norway for two weeks of hunting winter climbs above the Arctic Circle. Two seasons ago we did a similar trip to Senja Island, where we managed to climb a bunch of outstanding new routes and witnessed some amazing views and landscapes.
Skiing in Lebanon – A Journey through History
Boris Textor Skiing

Skiing in Lebanon – A Journey through History

Our journey starts in the village Byblos/Jubail, an old port on the Mediterranean Sea just north of Beirut. In 2850 b.c. Byblos was a colony of Egypt and an important trading place. Soon we realize that this will not be an ordinary tourist trip but also a journey through the history of a country of which we only know little.
Die Kunst des „ehrgeizlosen Ehrgeizes“
Sarah Kampf Klettern

Die Kunst des „ehrgeizlosen Ehrgeizes“

Writing a review about my 2019 climbing season sounded pretty simple to me at first. What could be easier than talking about what you have experienced yourself during a year of climbing? But this task turned out to be more tricky than expected
Gipfelerfolg am Manaslu (8.163 m)
Bergsteigen

Gipfelerfolg am Manaslu (8.163 m)

Am Vormittag des 26. September 2019 erreichten wir nach einem fünftägigen Aufstieg den Gipfel des 8.163 m hohen Manaslu. Wie es uns dabei erging, möchte ich im Folgenden schildern:
Bronwyn Hodgins - Freerider
Bronwyn Hodgins Klettern

Bronwyn Hodgins - Freerider

Am 8. November 2018, nachdem ich die Route „Freerider“ über fünf Tage hinweg frei geklettert war, stand ich auf dem Gipfel des El Capitan im Yosemite-Nationalpark in Kalifornien. Mit Jacobs Unterstützung stieg ich an Schlüsselstellen vor und fiel nur dreimal während der über 900-m-Begehung ins Seil. In diesen Fällen begann ich die Seillänge erneut und beendete so alle nacheinander erfolgreich. Es kam mir beinahe leicht vor! Doch in Wirklichkeit war es das nicht. Es war eine wahre Schlacht – eine heftige 4-jährige Schlacht ...
Auf der Suche nach der Star Dust
Matt Maynard Jimmy Hyland Expedition

Auf der Suche nach der Star Dust

Es ist 23:00 Uhr in der Zentralregion der argentinischen Anden. Im Schneidersitz auf 4.000 m Höhe versuche ich im Licht meiner Stirnlampe ein Modell eines Avro Lancastrian zusammenzubauen.
Projekt 282 - Teil Zwei
Climbing Emily Scott

Projekt 282 - Teil Zwei

Der Gebirgskamm Cuillin Ridge auf der Insel Skye lehrt viele Munro-Besteiger das Fürchten. Ich war keine Ausnahme. Die berüchtigte Inaccessible Pinnacle (wörtlich die „unerreichbare Felsnadel“ oder die „Inn Pin“), ist der einzige Munro, für den man ein Seil braucht. Auch wenn es nicht die herausforderndste oder technischste Kletterpartie ist, gehört es nicht zum Repertoire der meisten Bergwanderer. Wie an vielen anderen Teile des Cuillin Ridge ist auch hier die Ausgesetztheit die wahre Gefahr. Es ist leicht zu erkennen, wie ein Fehler schwerwiegende, vielleicht sogar tödliche Folgen haben kann. Diese Besteigung bereitete mir große Sorgen, und da ich meist allein war, stellte sich mir die Frage: wie könnte ich damit umgehen?
Project 282 - Part Two
Climbing Emily Scott We Are Explorers Hiking

Project 282 - Part Two

The Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye strikes fear into the hearts of many would-be Munroists, and I was certainly amongst them. The infamous Inaccessible Pinnacle (the ‘Inn Pin’) is the only Munro which requires the use of a rope and, although not a particularly challenging rock climb per se, it is certainly outside the comfort zone of ma
Projekt 282 - Teil Eins
Emily Scott

Projekt 282 - Teil Eins

Laut einem alten chinesischen Sprichwort beginnt selbst eine Reise von 1000 Meilen mit einem einzigen Schritt. Ein Sprichwort, das ich mir im Sommer mehrmals in Erinnerung rufen musste, während ich beinahe vier Monate für mein Projekt 282 unterwegs war. Das Ziel? Auf einer einzigen Tour alle Gipfel Schottlands, die „Munros“, alleine und aus eigener Kraft zu besteigen. Mehrmals hatte ich Angst, dass ich mich überschätzt hatte, doch genau dieser Gedanke, jeden einzelnen Abschnitt, einen Schritt nach dem anderen zu meistern, half mir, diese Herausforderung zu bestehen.
Project 282 - Part One
Climbing Emily Scott We Are Explorers Hiking

Project 282 - Part One

There is an old Chinese proverb which says that a journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step. This became something that I thought about many times over the summer as I undertook Project 282: almost four months spent climbing all of Scotland’s Munros, in one go; unsupported and self-propelled.
Senja – Heimreise
Jeff Mercier Greg Boswell Eisklettern

Senja – Heimreise

Greg Boswell und Jeff Mercier haben bei ihrem Besuch auf der Insel Senja vor der norwegischen Nordwestküste im Februar 2018 möglicherweise einen Geschwindigkeitsrekord bei der Etablierung neuer Winterrouten aufgestellt. Die Sterne standen günstig: Dank einer Kombination aus guten Bedingungen, einem großzügigen Gutwetterfenster und der jahrelangen Erfahrung beider Kletterer gelang es ihnen, viele vertikale Kilometer über unglaubliches Berggelände hinweg einzusammeln.
Rab auf dem Banff Mountain Film Festival 2018
Banff

Rab auf dem Banff Mountain Film Festival 2018

Das Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival ist das größte nordamerikanische Bergfestival. Es findet vom 27. Oktober bis 4. November statt und verspricht neun atemberaubende Tage mit Geschichten über ferne Reisen, bahnbrechende Expeditionen und außergewöhnliche Abenteuer, die aus der Sicht von Abenteurern, Autoren, Fotografen und Filmemachern aus aller Welt erzählt werden.
Nasim Eshqi mit King Albert I Award ausgezeichnet
Nasim Eshqi

Nasim Eshqi mit King Albert I Award ausgezeichnet

Die Rab-Athletin Nasim Eshqi, wurde als eine von nur 56 weiteren Preisträgern mit dem King Albert I Memorial Award ausgezeichnet. Dieser Preis wird als Anerkennung an „Personen oder Organisationen für außerordentliche und nachhaltige Verdienste im Zusammenhang mit den Bergen der Welt“ verliehen.
 Exklusiver Auszug aus „Alpenglow“
Ben Tibbetts Bergsteigen

Exklusiver Auszug aus „Alpenglow“

Seit 6 Jahren widmet sich Ben Tibbetts der Besteigung aller 82 der über 4.000 m hohen Gipfel der Alpen. In seinem neuen Buch „Alpenglow“ (Alpenglühen) dokumentiert Ben seine Reise. Preisgekrönte Fotografie, handgezeichnete Illustrationen und detaillierte Erzählung werden zusammen zu einem unübertreffbaren Bergkompendium. In diesem Artikel gibt er uns einen ersten exklusiven Einblick in das letzte Kapitel des Buches. (Das Buch kann bis zum 28. November 'Kickstarter' HIER bei „Kickstarter“ vorbestellt werden.)
49° Süd: Wo Träume noch Existieren
Alberto Mediavilla

49° Süd: Wo Träume noch Existieren

Patagonien ist ein Ort der Extreme. Das liegt einerseits am extremen und launischen Wetter. Doch auch an seinen überproportionalen Dimensionen – sowohl in Höhenmetern als auch in Fläche. Und dann wären da noch die Erfahrungen, die dort auf einen warten.
Greg Boswell - Neue Routen in Alaska
Ice Climbing Jeff Mercier Greg Boswell

Greg Boswell - Neue Routen in Alaska

Gerade vom Klettern auf dem Buckskin Gletscher in Alaska zurückgekehrt, kann man Rab-Athlet Greg nicht anders beschreiben als „pulsierend“. Greg und sein Kletterpartner Will Sim waren gesegnet mit dem Seltensten, das es in Alaska gibt: perfektes Wetter. Eine Periode mit dauerhaftem Hochdruck führte dazu, dass das Team nicht eine, sondern zwei neue Routen klettern konnte. Wir trafen Greg, um mit ihm darüber zu sprechen, wie es ihm bei seiner erste Reise in diese Region erging, und wie es sich anfühlte, in so einem unglaublichen Teil der Welt zu leben, ihn zu erkunden und dort zu klettern.
Jeff Shapiro - Pneuma
Jeff Shapiro

Jeff Shapiro - Pneuma

Erstbesteigung der Südwand des Brammah II (6 486 m) Anfang 2016 schwelgte ich anhand einiger Fotos in Erinnerungen, die ich mit meinem Kumpel und Kletterpartner Chris Gibisch auf unserer letzten Expedition gemacht hatte. Unsere Erlebnisse in West-China waren schon viel zu lange her, und die Erinnerung daran endete damit, dass ich das Telefon in die Hand nahm und Chris anrief: „Kumpel ... Ich glaube, wir müssen mal wieder los.“
Angela VanWiemeersch - Matanuska Gletscher
Angela VanWiemeersch

Angela VanWiemeersch - Matanuska Gletscher

Cam McLeod ist Fotograf in Ogden, Utah. Letztes Jahr im August reiste Cam, gemeinsam mit der Rab-Athletin Angela VanWiemeersch, zum Matanuska-Gletscher in Alaska, um etwas von seiner einmaligen Textur und Landschaft einzufangen. Cam nimmt uns hierhin mit und erzählt, was ihn zu diesem Trip inspiriert hat.
Cima Piccola
Jim Walton

Cima Piccola

Um 5 Uhr hatten wir gepackt und waren unterwegs zum Wandfuß der Cima Piccola in den Tre Cima de Laverado, in den italienischen Dolomiten. Ich war nicht mehr hier, seit Neil und ich 2004 die Routen Comici und Cassin geklettert sind. Auf dieser Reise hatte das schlechte Wetter Andy und mich am Vortag aus Bregaglia getrieben. Wenn Du nur 9 Tage Urlaub hast, musst Du dem Wetter folgen, also gingen wir zur Cima Piccola in der Hoffnung, dort etwas trockenen Fels zu finden.
Angela VanWiemeersch - Entbehrungen
Angela VanWiemeersch

Angela VanWiemeersch - Entbehrungen

#Vanlife - Leben im Van hört sich idyllisch an, oder nicht? Endlose Winter und Sommer damit verbringen, die bekanntesten Routen der Welt zu klettern, verschiedenste Kulturen zu erleben und abseits der Zivilisation zu leben. Wir würden alle unseren Job aufgeben, um so ein Leben zu leben, richtig? Vielleicht, vielleicht auch nicht. Was viele allerdings nicht sehen, sind die Entbehrungen und Kompromisse, die diese Athleten hinnehmen müssen, um diese Art zu leben zu verwirklichen. Um ein vollständig engagierter Kletterer zu sein musst du auch harte Trainingsstunden im Fitnessstudio verbringen, wenn das Wetter mal nicht so gut ist, aber wie macht man das, wenn man jeden Morgen woanders aufwacht?
Mark Hines - Durch den gefrorenen Norden
Mark Hines

Mark Hines - Durch den gefrorenen Norden

Mark Hines erforschte in mehreren Rennen und Solo-Expeditionen den kanadischen Norden und kehrte dieses Jahr zum Yukon zurück, dieses Mal um die Region per Fahrrad zu erforschen. Sein Plan - den Arktischen mit dem Pazifischen Ozean zu verbinden - sah vor, dass er zuerst durch das Yukon Territory und dann weiter nach British Columbia reist.
Triglav
Dave Talbot

Triglav

Die Nordwand des Triglav sah ich zum ersten Mal mit 19 in dem Buch 'The Big Walls' von Reinhold Messner. Der Berg und die Wand faszinierten mich seit damals.
Totem Pole
Climbing Rob Greenwood

Totem Pole

The Totem Pole defies superlatives as much as it defies the elements. If there were ever to be a feature that shouldn’t exist: it is this. Standing 60m tall and - most remarkable of all - a mere 4m wide, this great monolith stands defiant of the raging seas that surround it. However, stand it does; proud, tall, and implausible, representing a challenge to any adventurous rock climber that has a pulse.
Sylvain Thiabaud - Einer aus der Liste
Sylvain Thiabaud Klettern

Sylvain Thiabaud - Einer aus der Liste

Es ist Sonntagmorgen, der 18. Juni, und wir trinken mit Leon Kaffee in der Sonne. Er ist Hüttenwart der Pombie, einer Hütte gegenüber des Ossau Peak. Ich bin hier mit meinem Freund Matthias und wir sind immer noch beschwingt, weil wir am Tag zuvor ein langfristiges Projekt abschließen konnten. Dank unseres Erfolgs schmeckt der Kaffee heute Morgen noch besser.
Illiniza Sur
Nate Smith Bergsteigen

Illiniza Sur

Mit 5 263 m ist der Illiniza Sur der sechsthöchste Gipfel Ecuadors und einer der technisch anspruchsvolleren Berge des Landes. Er wird oft übersehen, gibt es dort doch so berühmte Vulkane wie den Chimborazo (Ecuadors höchster Berg mit 6 310 m) und Cayambe (5 790 m). Illiniza ist ein wunderschöner, steiler Berg, der neben hervorragendem technischen Klettern in Eis und Schnee auch atemberaubende Ausblicke bietet. Die Bedingungen in der Route können von stabilem Firn bis technischem Eisklettern erheblich variieren.
H17 Expedition
Cristina Pogacean Nasim Eshqi Klettern

H17 Expedition

Ende August fuhren die Rab-Athleten Nasim Eshqi und Cristina Pogacean in die Zanskar-Region in Jammu und Kashmir in Indien, um einen Versuch am H17 zu wagen, einem jungfräulichen Gipfel am Zusammenfluss der Flüsse Haptal Tokpo und Chhogo Tokpo.
Das Remarkables Festival
Lachlan Gardiner Eisklettern

Das Remarkables Festival

Heutzutage kennen viele, die mit dieser Region nicht vertraut sind, Neuseeland wohl nur als Mittelerde. Berühmt wurde die dramatische Landschaft der Inseln durch die Kinoverfilmung des Tolkien-Epos.
The Place of the Gaels
Mountaineering schottischen Winter

The Place of the Gaels

'The Place of the Gaels' ergründet die Gemeinschaft und Kultur des Winterbergsteigens und Kletterns in den Highlands und führte unsere amerikanischen Athleten in den berüchtigten schottischen Winter ein.