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The only thing worse than falling in a crevasse is not being roped into a partner when it happens. Not only does the Mammut Glacier Line 8.3mm Climbing Rope feature a slim 8.3-millimeter diameter to save weight, it's also treated with SuperDry to fend off excess water weight during glacier travel. With an impact force of just 6.5 kN, the Glacier Line won't jerk you around if the ice below your feet gives way.

  • Note: Mammut only recommends this rope for classical alpinism and glacial travel—not as your main line for mountaineering or rock climbing.
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Light.

    So the new rope arrived..



    Wife.. "Why do you need a new rope?...?....? Hello.. HELLO!.... "



    Me... "What?..?"



    Wife.. "Why do you need a new rope?..?"



    Me.. "Yeah, I heard you the first time.."



    Wife.. "Well..?"



    Me.. "I'm thinking.."



    Wife.."You're thinking..?"



    Me.. "Yeah.. Ok, it is really light."



    Wife.. "So what is wrong with the other ropes you have?..?"



    Me.. "They aren't very light."



    Wife.. "That is the answer you are going to go with?"



    Me.. "Yep.. Final answer."

    PERRRRFECT

      So light weight and just what you need for your glacier pack. I totally trust this if a fall occurs, don't know how many you can take on this line, but it only needs to work once. Bought also Mammut RescYou's and it's reverse locking system, is compatible with this rope di.

      Hey,

      So I know you must have pulled the RescYou out and played with it by now. It looks like a pretty slick system and there are a bunch of us wanting to know how it's working out. It would be awesome of you to post a review or at least your first impressions of it.

      Would this be a decent rescue rope for...

      Would this be a decent rescue rope for whitewater rescue?