BLUEPRINT SERIES

Iconic lines, notorious mountains, savage conditions.


Some of the world’s most sought-after routes.


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Eiger North Face

Bernese Oberland, Switzerland.

The north face of The Eiger is notorious. Its name alone resonates far beyond the circles of climbers and mountaineers. It evokes a sense of danger and forbidding, unmatched by any other mountain.

Eiger North Face

Bernese Oberland, Switzerland.

The north face of The Eiger is notorious. Its name alone resonates far beyond the circles of climbers and mountaineers. It evokes a sense of danger and forbidding, unmatched by any other mountain.


Point Five Gully

Ben Nevis, Scotland.

The north face of The Eiger is notorious. Its name alone resonates far beyond the circles of climbers and mountaineers. It evokes a sense of danger and forbidding, unmatched by any other mountain.


Vallée Blanche

Chamonix, France.

The Vallée Blanche is one of the world’s most famous off-piste descents, and deservedly so. At 22km long, it's an impressive descent through massive glacial terrain, with multiple variations possible. 


Eiger West Flank

Bernese Oberland, Switzerland.

Arguably the most famous alpine face in the world, it has a fearsome reputation among climbers for being steep, dangerous and subject to temperamental weather.


Arête du Diable

Mont Blanc du Tacul, Switzerland.

The Arête du Diable is the showpiece ridge of the south face of Mont Blanc du Tacul. Graded D+, it’s an 800m ridge traverse that tackles some of the most spectacular Chamonix terrain.


Point Five Gully

Ben Nevis, Scotland.

The most famous ice climb in Scotland, and possibly in the world, is reliable, popular and brilliant. It’s one of the most sought-after Scottish winter climbs, attracting international climbers, with Point Five as their sole objective.



Vallée Blanche

Chamonix, France.

The Vallée Blanche is one of the world’s most famous off-piste descents, and deservedly so. At 22km long, it's an impressive descent through massive glacial terrain, with multiple variations possible. 


Eiger West Flank

Bernese Oberland, Switzerland.

Arguably the most famous alpine face in the world, it has a fearsome reputation among climbers for being steep, dangerous and subject to temperamental weather.


Arête du Diable

Mont Blanc Du Tacul, France.

The Arête du Diable is the showpiece ridge of the south face of Mont Blanc du Tacul. Graded D+, it’s an 800m ridge traverse that tackles some of the most spectacular Chamonix terrain.


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