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Beal News

Announcements direct from Beal

thumb The harness and rope report is the second in a series of write-ups from 2014's OutDoor Show, where we look at what the future of... [ full story ]

thumb The hardware report is the first in a series of write-ups from 2014's OutDoor Show, where we look at what the future of climbing... [ full story ]

thumb Weighing in at a mere 36 g/m, the Gully 7.3 is the lightest double rope on the market. It is also certified as a twin rope. Its... [ full story ]

thumb For 2013, Beal has added more ropes to its UNICORE line. From a diameter of 8.6mm and up to 10.5mm, there is now a UNICORE rope... [ full story ]

thumb Steve McClure, Lyon's Team Manager, talks to Shauna about her future climbing plans and her new sponsorship deal. [ full story ]

thumb At OutDoor 2011 most rope manufacturers were continuing the trend of thinner ropes with better handling. There were also some... [ full story ]

thumb For every rope purchased, Beal will plant a tree. [ full story ]

thumb From February 6th to 9th 2011, ispo opened its doors for the 71st time. Alan James and Sarah Stirling nipped over to Munich to... [ full story ]

thumb The new BEAL video presents its expertise in the manufacture of climbing and security ropes. From rock climbing to work at... [ full story ]

thumb Mick Ryan reports on the latest news and innovations in climbing ropes. Last week, we reported on the OutDoor Show and announced... [ full story ]

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Beal Reviews

Independent reviews from the UKC gear testers

thumb The UKC team take a look at 6 lightweight ropes for sport climbing and trad climbing varying in diameter from 8.9mm to 9.4mm. [ full review ]

thumb Alan James, Mick Ryan and Chris Craggs review an essential part of the modern climber's gear: rope bags. "The rope bag has... [ full review ]

thumb Toby Archer tests out the versatile world of triple rated ropes, and reviews three alternatives from three of the biggest rope... [ full review ]

thumb "What you take and what you leave behind can make all the difference when scrambling," says Paul Lewis. "A small rucksack, a well... [ full review ]

thumb Two ropes, says Jack Geldard. One route. One day. Four arms. Eleven falls. One power scream. Two cold bacon sandwiches. One ... [ full review ]

thumb If you are doing a lot of multipitch sport routes or even canyoning, then these could be a good bet for quick and simple... [ full review ]

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