Packing list for a bivouac? This all depends on whether it's a winter or a summer bivouac. Regardless of the season, you will need a few basics.
Taping - many do it, many need it and many do not know how it is done correctly. While crack climbing taping can prevent the risk of injury on stressed skin. Bergzeit author Martin Hanke reveals how to wear and put the tapes on correctly.
Volcanoes, lakes, waterfalls, glaciers - Iceland boasts grandiose nature. Florian Nick and Marcus Sies travelled once around the island to capture the spectacular variety of scenery in pictures.
Whether as an insulating layer under a hardshell or as a fashionable winter jacket, a down jackets is truly a warm luxury. How does it compare to synthetic alternatives or even wool? This Buyer's guide sheds some light on the subject.
What's your glove size? No idea?! We reveal how to determine your glove size in a few easy steps and how to see whether a style really fits to your hand. Including size charts!
20 years ago, Icebreaker started a merino revolution. How and why did it evolve? What's the New Zealand manufacturer's philosophy and how have things changed?
Kindergarten, tobogganing and winter hiking - each activity has its own requirements, each shoe its strengths and weaknesses. In addition to cold and moisture protection, it is mainly the fit, weight and quality, that makes a good children's winter boot.