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At 94 Marcel Remy, father of the two Swiss climbing legends Yves and Claude Remy, climbs the famous Miroir de l’Argentine in Switzerland.

Marcel Remy: On top of Miroir de l’Argentine at 94 years of age

It is his favorite route: the 450 meter north-west face of the famous Miroir de l’Argentine, an important climbing center in French-speaking Switzerland. For more than the 200th time, Marcel Remy, father of the two Swiss climbing legends, Yves and Claude Remy, climbs this classic peak with his sons on August 22, 2017. At the age of 94. A video of this impressive story can be viewed on the Mammut YouTube channel.

Cerro Kishtwar: a new climb has been established in the Himalaya by Mammut Pro Team alpine athlete Stephan Siegrist (SUI) and the two alpinists Julian Zanker (SUI) and Thomas Huber (GER)

Cerro Kishtwar: the birth of a new climb

On October 14, 2017, the Mammut Pro Team alpine athlete Stephan Siegrist (SUI) and the two alpinists Julian Zanker (SUI) and Thomas Huber (GER) stood together on the summit (6150 m) of the granite giant in Kashmir. Their goal was the previously unscaled central north-west face of Cerro Kishtwar. A mission they accomplished. A new route has been born.

Helen Bonsor sets a new women’s world record for the “Tranter’s Round” in Scotland. The Mammut Pro Team athlete from the Lake District conqueres the 63 km route with its 6,100 m of ascent and descent in only 12 hours and 25 minutes on Friday, July 14, 2017. Bonsor is currently the fastest woman to complete this varied and challenging route.

Helen Bonsor: New world record on the ‘Tranter’s Round’

Helen Bonsor sets a new women’s world record for the “Tranter’s Round” in Scotland. The Mammut Pro Team athlete from the Lake District conqueres the 63 km route with its 6,100 m of ascent and descent in only 12 hours and 25 minutes on Friday, July 14, 2017. Bonsor is currently the fastest woman to complete this varied and challenging route.