Nanga Stegu Revolution started in last days of 2015. Adam Bielecki & Jacek Czech, equipped in our Salamandra climbing axes, planned to make first winter ascent on Nanga Parbat. They’ve chosen Kinshofer route and wish to achieve goal in light&fast style. Unfortunately weather was not on their side. Adam & Jacek have tried tree times[…]
We are proud to support Janusz Gołąb during Polish Annapurna IV Expedition 2015. The goal of three famous polish climbers (Janusz Gołąb, Michał Król, Marcin Tomaszewski) is a new route on SE ridge of Annapurna IV. More info at Polish Annapurna IV Expedition 2015 facebook homepage
Once again our ice-axes helped to achieve the success. This time Andrzej Bargiel made the first full ski-descent from the top of the Broad Peak (8051 m). Salamadra ice-axes made his way up much easier, and on the way down made his backpack much lighter 🙂 More info at Andrzej Bargiel homepage
On the first day of June in 2015 Janusz Gołąb, Wojciech Grzesiok & Andrzej Życzkowski made third polish ascent of Cassin Ridge on Denali (6194 m), Alaska. Janusz was equipped in a pair of our Salamandro’s. More info at drytooling.com
Have You been wondering what can be the sweetest sweet for a climber…? We have got the answer – Salamandro. Each pair of our ice axes comes in a specially designed box with separate containers. It will surely help to storage those unique tools between cold days of work in the mountains.
We are proud to announce that Eliteclimb will support climbers on Polish Pamir Expedition. The goal, is to collect “The Snow Leopard” peaks. Those are five mountains above 7000 m located in former Soviet Union. More infos on official website http://polishpamirexpedition.pl.tl/. We keep our fingers crossed for success of the venture.
Thanks to Artur Małek, a member of Polish Winter Himalaya Team our products were on K2 and Broad Peak Middle expedition. “It was a really great support and incredible to have two climbing ice-axes with the weight of one” he said. Here are a few photos from Artur’s camera from a way up on K2: