No one likes to find someone elses human waste. It's kind of an uncomfortable topic to approach, but Shingo Ohkawa feels it's a burden he can carry. There are misconceptions about proper waste removal on the trail. Shingo hopes to clear some of these up and give people the tools they need to be even better at leave no trace regarding this specific kind of waste.
Jenny Moyer is a Liberty Mountain employee. She operates in the sales department, managing relationships with dealers in the Northeast/Midwest region. She loves getting to build relationships with customers and hearing stories about their latest adventures. She personally loves to adventure by climbing, mountian biking, snowboarding, backpacking and hiking.
Italian hardware manufacturer Grivel details a history about how the technology used in making the blade of an ice axe. The first mountaineers used a single long pole with a sharp point on the end and now feature a much shorter handle with a forged blade made in a process similar to the legendary Japanese katana. We also look at how different blades are made for different uses such as ice, mixed, and dry climbing.