Posts Tagged ‘rope’


Climbing Ben Nevis by Tower Ridge

A terrific day out on this fine climb. We celebrated my last Munro by doing this. The weather couldn’t have been better. A rope was taken but not needed. source


Mount Kinabalu Climbing Guide – The Danger Zone

Mount Kinabalu is a non-technical mountain which requires no special climbing skills. As long as you can climb a flight of stairs, you can climb Mount Kinabalu. source


Mammut We Care – Roped together in solidarity!

Under the slogan “Roped together in solidarity”, to mark its anniversary year Mammut has launched a major campaign aimed at supporting mountain guides … source


Banff National Park – Climber Rescued on Cascade Mountain

First-hand video footage of Visitor Safety Specialists from Banff /Yoho/Kootenay National Parks conducting a technical helicopter “long-line” rescue. The lead climber of a rock climbing party… source


Marlin Spike

How to tie a Marlin Spike knot. source


Rock climbing off the California coast, near Greyhound Rock beach

Rock climbing with some friends. Trying it out for the first time in an area North of Davenport, within the Greyhound Rock State Marine Conservation Area. source


Rock Climbing at Transition Extreme Sports Centre with Swedish Dan

Climbing a tricky 6b route at Transition Extreme.. Dan’s not having much luck on this one… (Bare in-mind we had been climbing for most of the day) #subscribetotheoutdoors #stoneage #stoneagepro… source


La Sportiva Solution test – Nerd Climbing

Subscribe to our channel and visit our Facebook page! Filmed with a GH4 Panasonic Lumix Edit with FinalCut Pro X Music: Kevin MacLeod “Sneaky Snitch” … source


Mammut Rock Climbing Single Rope 10.2 Gravity Classic

MADE IN SWITZERLAND. Excellent Rope ! source


Ice climbing and snow craft in the Himalaya

Ice climbing as an adventure sport can be most thrilling. Seen here on a glistening ice face are a group of Indian climbers putting on crampons and … source

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