Posts Tagged ‘david fay’

  • Rambling In The Bugaboos by David Fay

    Feb 7, 17 • 4504 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    We rounded the bend and there were half a dozen people lining up at the base of the route. Rock climbing pioneers had valued the virtue of good clothing: well ironed shirts, collared and tucked. We paused momentarily—not because of the crowds but because of...

  • Review: Mammut Whymper Jacket

    Jun 25, 16 • 3633 Views • GearNo Comments

    Mammut designed the Whymper Jacket to celebrate the 150-year anniversary of Edward Whymper’s ascent of the Matterhorn. With taped seams, an adjustable hood, hem and cuff adjustments, underarm zips and large pockets the Whymper Jacket attempts to be the...

  • Review: Mammut Rock Rider

    Jun 12, 16 • 5878 Views • GearNo Comments

    When climbing in remote areas beyond the reach of immediate help you learn to understand the importance of having a healthy margin of safety. On Grade VI rock climbs in the Cirque of the Unclimbables and Grade III ice routes outside of Silverton I have found...