Founded in 1889, C.A.M.P. is a long-standing benchmark company in the areas of technical mountaineering and safety equipment for workers at height. During the first World War, our forges produced ice axes for Italian Alpine Troops fighting on the mountain fronts in the Alps. Today, our products are tested in the hands of the world’s most elite alpinists who have become famous for climbing the highest peaks in the world in the toughest conditions imaginable.
Assisted-braking belay devices are popular for indoor and outdoor sport climbing, adding extra braking in the event of a fall and for lowering off and top roping. In this comparative review seven of the currently available models go head to head.
Christmas is nearly here, and as usual we've left present buying til the last minute. From seasonal staples like hats and torches to climbing hardwear and ultralight packs, here are some ideas that won't break the bank.
Next up in our Spotlight gear round-ups is climbing gear. We've chatted with brands about the latest hardware, ropes, harnesses, helmets and every other form of gear. Plus, everything is hitting the shops imminently......
We spent earlier this week catching up with brands at the big winter gearfest: ISPO. Despite the fact the show was quieter than usual, this in no way detracted from the quality of the clobber on show and hitting the shops in the near future. Below is a...
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest in Munich that is ISPO. Here are some video interviews with brand representatives, who talked us through the key features of their latest creations in climbing hardware.
Competition WINNER - Win a CAMP Alpine Flash Harness
CAMP are giving you the chance to win a new Alpine Flash harness. The Alpine Flash builds on the amazing Flash harness with a purpose-built design for technical alpinism and ice climbing at the highest level.