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Hammer Cord
Versatile accessory cord

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Universal rope

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Neon Rope Bag
Protect your rope and the environment

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Accessory Cord
Accessory cord for different outdoor activities

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Mammut Ropes are an essential part of any climber's arsenal, offering durability, strength, and handling.

Climbing ropes are categorized into two main types: dynamic and static. Dynamic ropes are designed to stretch under load, absorbing the energy of a fall, which makes them ideal for belaying climbers. Static ropes, on the other hand, have very little stretch, making them suitable for activities like rappelling and caving where you do not want the rope to stretch under load.

Diameter and Length:
The diameter of climbing ropes typically ranges from about 8.5mm to 11mm. Thinner ropes are lighter and easier to handle but wear out faster and are generally used for sport climbing. Thicker ropes are more durable and better suited for heavy-duty use like top-roping or big wall climbing. The length of the rope can vary depending on the climb, with common lengths ranging from 30 meters for indoor climbing to 70 meters or more for outdoor routes.

Safety Ratings:
Climbing ropes must meet specific safety standards set by organizations such as the UIAA or CE. These include ratings for the number of falls a rope can safely absorb, its impact force, and static and dynamic elongation. These ratings help climbers choose a rope that matches their climbing style and the risks involved.

Many climbing ropes come with additional features like dry treatments, which protect the rope from water and dirt, enhancing its durability and performance. Some ropes are also bi-patterned or have middle marks to indicate the midpoint of the rope for safety.

Care and Maintenance:
Proper care can significantly extend the life of a climbing rope. It should be kept clean, dry, and away from chemicals. Regularly inspect the rope for signs of wear such as fraying, cuts, or severe abrasion. It's recommended to replace ropes that have sustained a serious fall or are showing signs of significant wear.

Choosing the right climbing rope involves considering factors such as the type of climbing, rope features, and safety requirements. A well-chosen rope not only ensures safety but also enhances the climbing experience.

As a key component in our extensive Climbing Equipment collection, Mammut Ropes are designed to meet the demands of the most challenging climbs, ensuring your safety and success on every ascent.

Our ropes are engineered with cutting-edge technology and high-quality materials, providing the ideal combination of lightweight performance and lasting durability. From single ropes to half and twin ropes, Mammut offers a variety of options to suit your climbing style and preferences.

With exceptional handling and consistent performance, Mammut Ropes deliver the confidence you need to push your limits and reach new heights. Trust in Mammut's expertise and experience to provide you with a reliable climbing companion, no matter the route or conditions.

Browse our full range of Climbing Equipment to find the perfect gear for your next climbing adventure. With Mammut, you can count on quality, performance, and safety that will help you reach your peak.