SCARPA athlete Will Sim has been wanting to learn how to fly for a very long time but kept coming up with excuses. The time finally come when he had to cancel all his plans due to COVID-19, he booked a lesson and ticked it off his bucket list. Read how he combined his love for Skiing and flying and made the decent down Glacier Ronde.
SCARPA athlete and keen mountaineer Uisdean Hawthorn gives us his account of his summer spent climbing The Bugaboos, a mountain range located in British Columbia, Canada.
SCARPA athlete Guy Robertson used to stomp around Suilven as boy in search of a fat trout instead of unclimbed rock. This Summer, he finally climbed the mountain that loomed so large in his life.
We caught up with SCARPA athlete Tom Grant as he shares with us his SCARPA season summary where he details his highlights of his season (so far) and how he was nearly at the end of the most exhausting and exhilarating phase of his season before Covid-19 interrupted.
SCARPA athlete Carmine Grandis has been putting the multi-award winning Spin Ultra through their paces in different conditions, trails and locations. Check out what he had to say below:
SCARPA athlete Molly Thompson Smith recently won the CWIF (The Climbing Works International Festival) in Sheffield, not bad for someone who hadn’t intended to originally enter the competition. Here we catch up with her about the weekend.
Following on from Robbie’s Guide Part 1 were he talked about the new Booster and Veloce models. This Guide goes into detail about the new Vapour Lace model that is due out this year and the Instinct VS Wmn which came into the range last year.
SCARPA athlete and well known climber Robbie Phillips has written this very insightful guide on the next generation of Scarpa climbing shoes. Having tested and worn them himself, he goes in to detail about their new features, what they do and what type of climbing they are perfect for. This guide goes into depth about the Booster and Veloce.
In the third and final series of his article, SCARPA athlete Dan Varian goes in to detail about his Favourite SCARPA shoes and the day he finally mastered the boulder ‘Christianbury’ a project that consumed his mind since 2005.
Earlier this year SCARPA athlete Jacob Cook, along with his wife and two friends, travelled to Baffin Island, Canada. It was a 40 day expedition which involved lots of climbing, setting up a new route on Mount Asgard and climbing with the local kids.
We caught up with Jacob after his trip, read the short interview below to hear what he had to say: