Ropes represent a key activity for Mammut and have shaped the company's entire history. It all started back in the 1860s, with Kaspar Tanner from Switzerland, who twined and tensioned his ropes outside his shed. High- quality mountain ropes then became a product segment in their own right in the 1940s. To indicate the quality of these ropes, a red control thread is used in the rope and a seal featuring a mammoth is applied at one end as a sign of quality. This animal was the inspiration for the company's name, Mammut, meaning 'mammoth' in German.
Highly technical products are used today. Test specifications and safety standards provide a guarantee of quality, and therefore trust in the products. These developments have made many of today's mountaineering achievements possible.
Triple-certified high-end rope for sports and alpine climbing at the highest level! With a diameter of 8.7 mm and weighing only 51 g/m the 8.7 Serenity is one of the thinnest and lightest single ropes. The high sheath proportion also makes it the most durable rope in its class.