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Petzl Gully Ice Axe


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    The new adage.

    When the gully gets steep, the steep gets Petzl's Gully Ice Axe. Petzl made this axe light and compact for minimalist mountaineers and skiers. The tapered, steel pick works with the bent shaft's adjustable Trigrest handle to provide versatile purchase on any angle. There are options for an adze or a hammer for cleaning holds or setting pitons. The beveled spike helps prevent tearing up backpacks.
    • Light, compact ice axe for mountaineering and steep skiing
    • Steel pick with tapered pick for efficient penetration
    • Trigrest handle adjusts up and down the bent shaft for a good grip
    • Item #PTZ006V

    Tech Specs

    steel, aluminum, nylon
    1ft 6in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Must have tool for ski alpinists

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is THE ice tool for ski alpinism and easy alpine climbing when weight is a major factor. I've used it on ice in Chamonix, climbing Liberty Ridge, and on easy alpine terrain in the Coast Mountains. For such a light tool, it swings quite well into ice, especially with the pick weights attached. It's good to climb on easy mixed ground. It's super light and fits into a small alpine pack. Petzl is knocking it out of the park with their light/fast equipment lately. Only downside to this axe is non-replaceable picks so it's a bit more fragile but that's part of the game. These will replace my Sum'tec axes and also stand in occasionally for my Quarks. I opted for two hammers to be able to bash pins and the occasional picket if necessary.