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  • Vaude

    VAUDE is Europe’s green outdoor outfitter and has been working in accordance with the strict bluesign® environmental standard since 2001. In addition, they are the first outdoor company that was eco-certified according to EMAS. Moreover, VAUDE has been the official supplier of DAV (German Alpine Club) since 2002.

    Vaude Website
  • Primaloft

    PrimaLoft® insulation products are lightweight, breathable and have excellent water-resistant properties. This means you will remain dry, warm and comfortable even in the most extreme conditions.

    Primaloft Website
  • Tirol – Herz der Alpen

    Tirol spoils you for choice. The Austrian region is home to a majestic mountain world where outdoor enthusiasts find unforgettable summit ascents, spectacular mountainbike trails and adrenaline-pumping routes for rock climbers. Proof, if any were needed, that you don't need to travel half way around the world to test your limits. The best adventures are just around the corner.

    Tirol – Herz der Alpen Website
  • DAV

    With more than one million members (in summer 2013), the DAV (German Alpine Club) is the largest mountain sports association worldwide and one of the largest sports and conservation associations in Germany.

    DAV Website
  • Österreichischer Alpenverein

    In 2012, the Austrian Alpine Club celebrated its 150th anniversary. Today, 415,000 members put their trust in the largest alpine club in Austria and appreciate its commitment to opening up “paths to the outdoors”.

    Österreichischer Alpenverein Website
  • Schweizer Alpen-Club SAC

    With its 140,000 members, the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) is one of the largest sports associations in Switzerland. Since it was founded 150 years ago, it helped to shape the development of the alpine region and of alpinism.

    Schweizer Alpen-Club SAC Website
  • The Banff Centre

    The Banff Centre in Canada has been organizing the Banff Mountain Film Festival for years and also offers further programs on the topic of mountain culture.

    The Banff Centre Website