How to store your pole in steep terrain to climb better

Touring Hacks with Pros

How to store your pole in steep terrain to climb better

We asked our best ski touring experts to reveal their top ski touring hacks. All of our pros are from the ski and mountain guide industry and have countless years of experience under their belts. They share their best tips and tricks for the optimum and most efficient use of their ski touring equipment.

You sometimes need your hands to climb or hold on when encountering steep or impassable sections of a tour. Thomas Plank shows us the best way to stow your ski touring poles so that even tough sections like these are easier to overcome.


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