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Alpine Sender Dry Rope - 7.5mm

4.916666666666667 out of 5 stars
12 Reviews
$215.00 - $235.00
Color:Blue/Safety Orange



Alpine Sender Dry Rope

Mammut's Alpine Sender Dry Rope is light and packable even compared to most twin and half climbing ropes. Mammut made it for ice climbing, mixed climbing, mountaineering, multi-pitches, and alpine climbing. Its Dry treatment exceeds at limited water absorption to ensure proper handling on ice and snow, or if you come across a puddle on a multi-pitch. Mammut added a middle marker to quicken up rappels and half rope setups.


  • Ultralight twin or half rope for ice, mixed, and alpine climbing
  • Dry treated to excel UIAA standards for limited water absorption
  • Middle section assists with quick rappels and half rope setups
  • Item #MAMU51N
half, twin
Dry Treatment
Static Elongation
Dynamic Elongation
Impact Force
UIAA Falls
>16 [half] 8 - 9
Center Mark
Sheath Mass
Rope Weight
Claimed Weight
[60m] 5lb 4.3oz, [70m] 5lb 13.8oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 12 ratings

Review Summary

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5 Stars - 11 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

June 10, 2023

My go to ropes for all my alpine and ice missions

I'm on my second set of these ropes and they have never let me down, except when I want to to go down. Their weight, dry treatment and durability are fantastic. After a long, hard season of big ice and mixed routes, they are showing very little wear. Once the dry treatment is worn they will become my go to for multi pitch rock. I highly recommend these if you are looking to go fast and light and want the high quality that Mammut is know for.


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5 out of 5 stars

April 27, 2023

Light rope!

Handle well, light, bright color. Perfect rope for your project!

Olivier V

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4 out of 5 stars

September 2, 2022

Great smooth alpine half rope

Great half rope, feeds really nicely and not super prone to tangles even on long multi's.

Luke S

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5 out of 5 stars

August 20, 2022

Alpine work horse

This is my go-to rope for anything in the alpine. From 5th class rock to glacier travel I have used this rope extensively in a variety of terrain. The bright orange is a great contrasting color. Despite its small diameter is very durable and has survived many crampons and sharp rock edges over the past year.

Casey S

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5 out of 5 stars

February 26, 2022

Good 1/2 rope

No frays on this rope while ice climbing this year. I'm sure it got stepped it on, dragged numerous times, and brushed up on the many pointy things needed for ice climbing. Overall very happy with it.

kenneth D

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5 out of 5 stars

October 14, 2021

Rope handles well, doesn't pig tail has a middle marker for now. Treated me very well last ice season on over 30 days out.

derrick V

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5 out of 5 stars

August 23, 2021

Great for ice climbing. The rope treatment holds up very well and I will be buying another one since it is a half rope.

Allison B

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5 out of 5 stars

April 27, 2021

Lightweight rope for glacier travel and ice climbing

This rope is featherlight. I bring it ski mountaineering and it's the perfect option for glacier travel, rappelling into a line, or (in a pinch) pitching out a steep section.

Jacob T

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5 out of 5 stars

April 9, 2021

Light and fast

A great back country system as a double rope, lightens the load, gives you longer rappels.

matt F

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5 out of 5 stars

March 13, 2021

Gets me where I need to go.

Amazing rope. I own two of them. Mainly used for ski mountaineering. Highly recommended.

John W

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