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Trango Beta Stick


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    • Standard, One Size

    7 Reviews


    No more sketchy starts.

    Whether you're keen on stick-clipping the first two bolts for safety or you just want to work out the first few moves without no-fall pressure, grab the Trango Beta Stick. The telescoping design collapses to just over two feet for easy packing and extends to nine feet when you need to stick-clip the first couple of draws.

    • Collapsible handle
    • Item #TRG000S

    Tech Specs

    [compact] 2.2 - 9 ft, [standard] 2.75 - 12 ft
    Claimed Weight
    [compact] 9 oz, [standard] 9.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    This thing is cool!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I pretty much only climb outdoor sport in the cottonwood canyons. Occasionally I'll venture elsewhere though. I hate when you show up to a spot and realize the starting bolt is no where near safe. Enter this device. It's compact enough to throw in your crag pack, while being able to extend pretty far. Helps me feel safe climbing, which is my top concern. I will say it take a little bit of play to use it optimally. I'm still learning. I give it 5 stars because I haven't seen anything better at similar price.

    Compact when you don't need it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    While it's definitely on the pricier end for an arguably unnecessary tool, this stick clip has been a great accessory to my cragging. As noted in another review, it's super easy to travel with; I try to fly carry on with all my climbing gear, and I've flown with this stick clip a handful of times. Never had an issues. Even when you're keeping it local, it fits nicely in or on your backpack; or, clip it to your harness.

    If you just need a very budget, basic stick clip, sure, go with the painters pole (or whatever you call them). But if you're looking for something a little more functional and easy to travel with, I'd recommend this guy.

    Compact not very useful

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought the compact size. It's often times too short for the routes where I feel I really want a stick clip. The stick itself is pretty nice but is a bit floppy if you extend it all the way. Seems way overpriced to me.

    Perfect for the traveling climber

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've had this stick for a bit over a year now. If you are looking to do some traveling (aircraft) for sport-climbing, this is a great option as it is easy to fit into luggage and extends to a good length. It is also very lightweight will stow on the side of a reasonably size cragging-pack for hiking (versus having to carry the stick itself). It is quite pricey and a bit dainty (could bend/break pretty easily, and the top section does not want to lock into place easily anymore)...but all in all, I think it is worth it if you are doing any climbing trips involving flying.

    Stick clip and stick brush

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've definitely seen folks strap one of these to their harness and climb using it!! Thats not how I roll but it seems like a great application! I use mine for bouldering for a stick brush and its soooooo totally worth it!

    perfect combination

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love these because they are so easy to carry, and they do the job of stick clipping perfectly. I usually just strap this to my pack so my hands are free on the approach, and I have even flown with mine (just toss it in the back of the overhead bin as your "personal item")