Producing the world’s leading alpine equipment, Mammut has been delivering quality products since 1862. The Swiss-based company is a market leader and is also well known for the connection it has with some of the world’s best athletes that are pushing the boundaries of each of their disciplines.
Now, FATMAP Explore members get exclusive access to our latest Explore Privilege - 30% off any online purchase*. This privilege is available right now to all Explore members.
Introducing the Travel Distance Layer - a new tool in FATMAP that allows you to see how far you can go in a set amount of time.
Planning where you want to go and how long it will take you are crucial factors for all adventures, and with our new tool, all you have to do is set the location and time, and it will do the rest for you, even taking into account the type of activity and the steepness of the slopes.
Tim Howell is a mountaineer and professional BASE jumper, pioneering many first jumps all around the world. We talked to him about his latest film, First BASE, and how he utilises digital tools to his advantage in the world of extreme gravity sports.
Reducing your emissions-footprint to act on climate change can seem difficult, even impossible if you rely on your car to get to work, but small actions lead to big changes. We’re here to help you weigh up your options and make informed decisions where possible.
In this blog post we focus on Commuting, its impact on the planet and what you can do to make a difference.
Searching for deep powder, heading out on your annual ski-trip, or planning a ski-tour - it’s great to be able to know where the snow is, how much there is right now and how much is due to fall.
With our three Snow Layers you can do exactly this! Snow Depth, Fresh Snow and Snow Forecast give you all the information you need to not only plan your trip but also be able to make important decisions on equipment and safety.
In the hustle-and-bustle of a busy city, especially when you’re a newcomer, it can be difficult to find uninterrupted off-road trails away from the noise and pollution of the traffic and the annoyance of having to constantly stop to cross the road.
We all love those incredible photos of mountain landscapes, but what does it take to capture them? We talk with adventure photographer Ben Tibbetts on how he finds the best locations to take his best photos.