Unsere Inspiration für die Gestaltung von hoch qualitativer Bekleidung und Ausrüstung für die Berge kommt direkt von den wilden Orten, die wir besuchen. Von kleinen, lokalen Projekten bis hin zu voll finanzierten Expeditionen in den hohen Bergen der Welt, unterzieht unsere Gemeinschaft an Kletterern die Ausrüstung ständig einer strengen Prüfung, während wir die Geschichte unserer Produkte, der Abenteuer und deren Erfolge verfolgen. Für Rab sind diese Berichte nicht nur Unterhaltung - sie sind eine wertvolle Quelle für die Forschung und eine Referenz für die ständige Verbesserung unserer Produkte.

Search for Star Dust

It’s 11pm in the central Argentinean Andes. I’m seated cross legged at 4000m attempting to construct an Avro Lancasterian model aeroplane by the l...

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 Inaccess...

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 ti...

Senja - Going Home

Greg Boswell and Jeff Mercier may have set a record for the speed at which they established new winter routes when they visited the Island of Senja of...

Exclusive 'Alpenglow' Extract

For the past 6 years, Ben Tibbetts has dedicated himself to climbing all 82 of the Alps’ 4,000m+ peaks. Documenting the journey in his new book ...

49° South: Where Dreams Still Live

Patagonia is an intense place. Intense because of its extreme and capricious weather. Intense due to its disproportionate dimensions, both vertical an...

Jeff Shapiro - Pneuma

1st ascent of the South Face of Brammah II (6486m) Early in 2016, I was reminiscing over images from the last expedition I took with my homie and regu...

Angela VanWiemeersch - Matanuska Glacier

Cam McLeod is a photographer based in Ogden, Utah. In August last year Cam, along with Rab athlete Angela VanWiemeersch, took a trip to the Matanuska...

Greg Boswell - New Routes in Alaska

Freshly returned from climbing on the Buckskin glacier, Alaska, Rab athlete Greg Boswell could be described as little other than “buzzing”...

Mark Hines - Across The Frozen North

Having explored the Canadian North in numerous races and solo expeditions, Mark Hines returned to the Yukon this year, this time to explore the region...

Angela VanWiemeersch - Sacrifices

Living the #vanlife, looks idyllic doesnt it? Endless winters and summers climbing some of the most iconic routes in the world, taking in varied cultu...

Sylvain Thiabaud – One From the List

It’s the morning of Sunday the 18th of June and we are drinking coffee in the sun with Leon, the hut keeper of Pombie, a refuge in front of Ossau Pe...

Climb 2 Recovery – Still Climbing

In 2016, double amputee Neil Heritage, Steve Green and Mark Hooks travelled to Zermatt Switzerland for an attempt on the Matterhorn. The aim was simpl...

Climbing with Family - Aaron Mulkey on Gannet Peak

When you spend your life in the mountains, both personally and professionally, it’s natural to want to share your love of these wild places and ...

Among Giants

The Drus. Who has never heard of these peaks? Mentioned in many tales, slender and proud, dominating the Chamonix valley – standing as tall as t...

Coast Mountain Epic - Part 1

“What?! You’re doing that, with your mother?” People would gasp, unbelieving. “A six-month long ski traverse of the Coast Mountains? Isn’t s...

Coast Mountain Epic - Part 2

To read Part 1 of Martina and Tania’s Coast Mountain Epic, click here! ...

Climbing Sinsat

Aid climbing – unquestionably the best way to forget your own everyday problems and focus on the present moment. Especially when you’re doing ...

Norway Expedion: Training for the South Pole

During February we completed our final polar training expedition before attempting the South Pole expedition in November. We spent 3 weeks in Haugast...

The Cliffs of Catalonia

With temperatures hovering around zero and the limestone crags of the UK still dripping with the last of the winter weather, early Spring has become a...

AMI Spring Layering Guide

Being comfortable in the hills and mountains of the UK can be a bit of a dark art. As your work rate and the weather vary during the day, your body an...

The Annapurna Circuit

It’s 5.30 in the morning and I can hear the quiet yet obtrusive sound of my watch alarm beeping next to my pillow. I am cocooned into the comfor...

Calculating the risk - Avalanche Canada

I’m four turns into my run and I’ve just cleared the steepest convexity on the slope when I see the crack shoot out from my ski tips across the sl...

Finnmark and The Origins of Skiing

April 2018 and it’s rapidly approaching the end of the winter guiding season in the French Alps. This winter has been the best in many years, with a...

Jacob Cook - Welcome to the Wack

“So is this what it feels like to be committed?” asked Mike. We were about two-thirds of the way up the North-East Buttress of Mount Slesse in BC,...