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Mammut Serenity Dry Climbing Rope - 8.7mm

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    10 Reviews


    Light, thin, and seriously tough.

    Whether it's a limit-testing onsight attempt, a 5.14 redpoint, or a wandering alpine climb, the Mammut Serenity Dry Climbing Rope is your secret weapon for success. With a diameter of just 8.7mm and weight of just 51 grams/meter, the Serenity boasts one of the lightest and thinnest designs of any single rope available today. It's also fully certified as a half and twin rope, making it suitable for long alpine routes, and it has Mammut's Protect dry sheath and core treatments, so it won't absorb water on alpine, ice, or mixed routes.

    • Coated Core and Coated Sheath dry technologies
    • 51 grams/meter
    • Middle mark
    • Item #MAM00DA

    Tech Specs

    single, half, twin
    8.7 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, Coated Core, Coated Sheath
    Static Elongation
    Dynamic Elongation
    Impact Force
    8.4 / 6.3 / 9.7 kN
    UIAA Falls
    [1 strand] 5, [2 strands] 20+
    Center Mark
    Sheath Mass
    Claimed Weight
    51 g/m
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, ice climbing, mixed climbing, alpine & expedition
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Fantastic Rope All Around

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Been using this rope the past year for my multipitch adventures and it's been solid. The lightness of the rope makes it great for long approaches. However, it's held up well. It's caught some falls and even after a year of use, the sheath shows no real visible signs of wear or use. The catch is soft and the rope handles well.

    Great Rope to Carry

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I took this up to the Bugaboos this year and it worked great. We wanted something light to keep the pack weight down and this was perfect. We weren't expecting to take any falls so the thin rope wasn't a concern for that reason but the rock is quite rough. That did take a small toll on the sheath of the rope but only on some rappels.

    Favorite Rope

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love this rope. It's lightweight and skinny but still handles fantastically. I usually take it for alpine rock routes with long approaches, but I've also used it to reappoint sport climbs and taken big falls on it without creating any dead spots. I've been using it hard for several months on rough granite with very little signs of wear, aside from the middle mark getting a lot harder to see. I also use this in an ATC guide (which is ideally rated for slightly larger diameters) with zero problem.

    Rad Color

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Rad color (Lime green), is exactly what we were looking for and has a nice little strap to keep things organized when not in use! Looking forward to the weather warming up to start using it.

    Light is Right

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used this cord on the grand traverse in the tetons this summer for it's maiden voyage. She survived with only one soft spot on the shealth after 2.5 days of alpine bliss. Highly suggest this cord to anyone looking to lighten their alpine kit.

    For reference I used this rope with a BD ATC Guide, and rappelled backed up using a sterling hollow block. I highly suggest using a similar system for people interested in this or any other thin cords.

    Light is Right

    Excellent Alpine Rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I took this rope on a 4 pitch mixed ice route on Mt Spalding. I wanted a light packable rope since the approach was around 7 miles and the climb tops out at 13,500 ft. This rope combined with ultralight cams and a light rack of screws allowed us to keep our packs around 25lbs for the approach. It snowed while we were climbing and the rope stayed dry.

    I used a Petzl Reverso 4 with this rope as I have had braking issues with skinny ropes and my ATC guide. Reverso 4 worked great with this rope.


    Super light

    Rope is supple

    Did not kink or tangle


    A bi-pattern would be awesome

    Excellent Alpine Rope

    Perfect Alpine Rope

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I really enjoy the Serenity as my go to rope for alpine missions. I have a few of them in multiple lengths and can say the Serenity handles very well and the dry treatment has actually held up well considering I am using it mostly on Rock. I usually expect that a dry treatment will wear off after only a few missions on rock but this one seems to be holding up well. I've used serenities here in Utah, but also in the Bugaboos and Tetons and think they suit the terrain very well. The sheath has held up great to lots of terrain belaying and never seems to get very fuzzy. All come with a good middle marker and with an 80m length available plus the half single twin rating a bunch of options exist.

    My choice for an alpine rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I always choose Mammut ropes and haven't had any issues yet. This rope is the perfect weight and size for missions in the Tetons. The only thing that would make it better is if it were bi patterned.