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Must-have items for mountain lovers

For many, heading to the mountains in winter is a necessary ritual. Many consider taking on the season’s weather conditions as a higher challenge that goes beyond just enjoying the spectacular snowy scenery and breath-taking landscapes. However, to make the most of this experience, you will need to have the right equipment. Let’s take a […]

Small Talk - Garmont blog

Tell us about your “Stay Wild” summer with Garmont!

Summer is coming to a close, with the mountains having offered up hikes, climbs, Nordic walking and many other activities so that we could recharge our batteries and see wonderful places. Where did you go? Which Garmont shoes went along with you? At Garmont, we are curious to see the wonderful places that you discovered, […]

…WANDERING THE WORLD

I’m often asked which mountain, summit, adventure I would like at the top of my bucket list. And every time I can’t put a name to an answer. This is followed naturally by the question about which climb has stayed with me and in the stories. Here again my declaration is still decidedly vague. How […]

Expedition Pakistan 2017 – Part II

Did you succeed in any of your first ascents you planned? H: To introduce the answer, I must say that we didn’t reach the Sugulu peak. We slept sixty metres in altitude under the peak with the remaining distance being a relatively easy climb. We got to this level on the fourth day at about […]

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Expedition Pakistan 2017 – Part I

Do you know what it takes to climb a six-thousander on an expedition? A first ascent attempt in Karakoram. A couple of mountaineers Honza Haráč and Martin Ksandr from Ostrava, the Czech Republic, made an expedition in August this year to Sugulu, a six-thousander in Karakoram, Pakistan. They managed to climb the northern pillar as far […]