We know it's an unusual message to come from us: #StayHomeNowExploreLater
At the moment we need to take a break and postpone our plans. Let’s use the time to look back on more adventurous times while we stay safe at home.
To keep you entertained, we collected some of our best stories of the past years. We hope to inspire you. Don't forget, the mountains will wait.
Antarctica, a paradise for skiing and mountaineering. Follow Mammut Pro Team Athlete Caro North, mountain guide Guillaume Martina and captain Mark van de Weg on their journey to the Antarctic Peninsula in this four-episode Mammut web series. Witness the dangers of sailing the infamous Drake Passage, enjoy breathtaking ski ascents and descents, and always keep an eye out for rock and ice formations awaiting to be climbed.
Watch the whole webseries here.
Dani Arnold – The fastest man on the mountain
Mammut Pro Team Athlete Dani Arnold is one of the fastest climbers on this planet. He holds several speed records on some of the most spectacular rock faces out there. I bet you won’t get to the second video without getting sweaty palms.
Watch all of Dani Arnolds impressive speed records here.
JAKOB SCHUBERT - Perfecto Mundo 9b+
Jakob Schubert’s climbing is as impressive in competition as it is on the toughest rock formations around the globe. Enjoy this brand-new video documentary about his successful climb of Perfecto Mundo 9b+ in Margalef, Spain.
LA LISTE – Jérémie Heitz redefines Steep Skiing
La Liste shows steep skiing in a way that has never been seen before and promises to be a true visual feast. Mammut Pro Team athlete Jérémie Heitz challenges himself to ski the most spectacular 4000 m peaks of the Alps to tell the story of each of these mountains in a way never done before. Watch the 47-minute long film for free on Red Bull TV.
Watch the whole movie here.
Jan Hojer – Bouldering in Fontainebleau
Discover how Mammut athlete Jan Hojer started climbing and learn more about him in this short portrait of the German beast. Then watch him put his power to good use on the legendary sandstone of Fontainebleau, tackling classics and new routes.
Tom Belz - Kilimanjaro on one leg
In August 2018, Mammut Brand Ambassador Tom Belz faced the challenge of his life. The 31-year-old, who has been going through life on one leg and two crutches since contracting bone cancer as a child, scaled Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The project demanded everything from Tom and his companions, including blood, sweat and tears.
Marcel Remy - 94 years old and back on the summit
Marcel Remy, who is approaching his 95th birthday, climbs the 450 meter tall north-west face of the legendary Miroir de l'Argentine in western Switzerland. A must-see for every climbing enthusiast.
Reclimbing the classics – The web series
Still looking for more? How about binge-watch the Mammut web series “Reclimbing the Classics” In 3 seasons, the people who first-climbed the milestones in the history of sports climbing revisit their own routes, accompanied by athletes from the Mammut Pro Team.
Watch all the episodes here.