Three hot meals to warm you up while winter hiking.
Some people love snow flukes: skiers who want a low-profile anchoring device that fits in their packs; mountaineers traveling in softer or uniform snow conditions; rescue guides or climbing pairs who may need to anchor with only one free hand. As snow protection gear, the fluke definitely has its place, and it’s been part of MSR’s history from nearly the beginning. It goes back to 1969, soon after Larry Penberthy founded Mountain Safety Research, Inc. to support the work he began with The Mountaineers of independently reviewing climbing equipment and making gear that was safer and easier to use. Penberthy published his findings in the Mountain Safety Research newsletter, which also sold third-party and MSR brand gear. The first two pieces of gear featured in the newsletter were Edmont cold-weather…
A look at how we make our mountaineering snow fluke and picket in Seattle.
Here’s a brief look at how MSR’s efforts grew from outdoor products to global health technologies.
Like spring rolls? You’ll love this backcountry-friendly version of the fresh dish.
Here’s where northwest photographer Jason Hummel will be spending 2017. Where will you?
How to analyze the winter terrain around you.
“A mountaineering tent is your first line of defense against some of most severe and inhospitable conditions on the earth,” says MSR athlete Eric Larsen. As a record-setting polar explorer, mountaineer and guide, he knows. “I’ve literally spent years of my life living in a tent on one adventure or another. A well-designed tent is integral to your safety, and even survival.”When MSR set out to redefine what a mountaineering tent could be, we worked closely with Eric. The result? Our new Remote Mo
Thinking of climbing in this remote realm? Here’s some beta.