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Simond confirms recalls

The UIAA has been made aware of recent recalls from one its Safety Label holders, Simond. The recalls are currently published in German only. Recalls:Schraubkarabiner RockyToucan LightThe principal Simond recall page can be found here. ...

UIAA ACTIVE AT ISPO MUNICH 2019

With a new innovative concept, Europe’s largest outdoor trade fair, OutDoor by ISPO, took place in Munich for the first time from 30 June to 3 July, 2019. As a global organisation operating in the outdoor environment, the UIAA is a regular presence at ISPO events. This year, a delegation...

IS YOUR EQUIPMENT REALLY CERTIFIED?

In recent months the UIAA – International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation – has been inundated with queries from climbers regarding the validity of equipment they have purchased. It has been drawn to the UIAA’s attention that an increasing number of online retailers are selling products...

JOINT STATEMENT ON PROPOSED KILIMANJARO CABLEWAY

It was with concern that the Mountain Club of South Africa (MCSA), the Confederation of African Mountain Clubs (CAMC) and the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA), came to hear of the proposal to build a cableway up Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. The construction of such...

UIAA LAUNCHES WORLDWIDE DONATE PROJECT

The UIAA – International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation – has launched a Donate initiative to help raise funds for mountain-related projects worldwide. A dedicated Donate page on the UIAA website was one of the ideas put forward by a number of member associations and partners during...

2018 UIAA ANNUAL REPORT NOW AVAILABLE

The UIAA, International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation, has published its 2018 Annual Report. The look and format of the Report have been revamped. Conceived for the digital environment it includes links to key resources - such as UIAA news articles, video content and multimedia assets. Contents include: President's...

IMPORTANT CALLS FOR EQUIPMENT CHECKS

The UIAA is sharing details of two recent safety notifications from gear manufacturers. The first was issued on 22 March, 2019 by Edelrid, who called on the owners of the "Turn" pulley to check the riveting of these pulleys. This affects batch XXXX 18-150. Please note that...