A climber’s rope is a lifeline. It is so important to know when to replace your climbing rope. We also help you how to cut a rope.
A climbing rope is your lifeline on the crags. Proper care is important for your safety and to ensure a long lifespan for the rope.
Good rope management ensures that you don’t arrive at the crag with your rope in a tangled mess of knots. Tendon athlete - Danny Menšík shows you four different ways how to coil your rope. - standard butterly coil - mountain butterfly coil - backpack butterfly coil - alpine coil
Learn how to find a climbing rope that's right for you, with information about types of ropes, diameter, length, features and safety ratings.
Mary Catherine Eden is a crack climber, photographer, painter but mainly a nice person with a good sense of humour.
The first day of spring is long gone, and apart from the love seals, under the flowering trees, it means that the rock season is knocking on the door. And we ask, do you have the right rope for the rocks? Our long-time ambassador Cosmin Andron will help you with the selection. Cosmin has a doctorate in philosophy from the University of London, but you will probably be more interested of him being a certified IFMGA mountain leader:-).