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Mountain Gear Mammut 150 Years
We believe the best way to climb a mountain is in good company.

So it should come as no surprise that Mountain Gear is excited to be part of Mammut’s 150 celebration. Together with Access Fund, Paradox Sports and IFMGA (International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations) Mammut and Mountain Gear will join together to climb three challenging peaks across the United States.

Mammut Access Fund IFMGA Mountain Gear Paradox Sports

Following their motto "Roped Together in Solidarity" Mammut, in collaboration with the IFMGA, will donation Mammut equipment and in-depth training based on IFMGA standards to mountain guides in emerging countries such as Kyrgyzstan and Peru. This collaboration between IFMGA and Mammut will further increase the safety of participants in the 150 climbs during Mammut’s biggest peak project.

Mammut & Mountain Gear support access to the mountains for all

Paradox Sports provides opportunities to integrate the physically disabled into the outdoor community by promoting participation in human-powered outdoor sports using adaptive equipment. Three climbs in the United States will include climbers from Paradox Sports.Claudia Lopez Photography.

Mammut Biggest Peak Project - USA climbs
Chad Butrick
Chad Butrick

Chad survived a horrendous auto accident that resulted in the amputation of his right foot. He was told that life would be “different” now and he would have to “get new hobbies”. However, those words became the catalyst for him to prove the skeptics wrong.

Pete Davis
Pete Davis

Pete is a 32 year old climber from Ridgway Colorado who was born without his right arm below the elbow. Pete has a passion for introducing people with disabilities to climbing and other outdoor activities. He has been climbing seriously since the age of 12 and considers it to be one of the most powerful forces in his life.

Maureen Whaley
Maureen Whalley

Maureen is a 24 year old climber from Stowe Vermont. She was born without a left hand which she believes has granted her many unique opportunities. In addition to her involvement with Paradox Sports as an ambassador/ athlete Maureen is also on the board of directors for CRAG-VT, a Vermont climbing access group.

Access Fund

The Access Fund is the national advocacy organization that keeps U.S. climbing areas open and conserves the climbing environment.

Paradox Sports

Paradox Sports integrates the physically disabled into the outdoor community by providing inspiration, opportunities, and the adaptive equipment needed to participate in human-powered outdoor sports.

International Federation Mountain Guides Associations

The aim of the IFMGA is to maintain close ties between all mountain guides; to harmonize the work regulations which govern the profession; to ensure better safety conditions for clients.