Ashford, Washington (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
Whittaker Mountaineering today unveils its redesigned and enhanced mountain gear website, http://www.whittakermountaineering.com. The new website features the world's best mountain equipment for sale and rent, Mountain Logic™ instructional videos and content, trip planning resources, including the ability to shop by summit, and more. With improved site speed and intuitive navigation, the new website is an excellent resource for novice to experienced mountaineers preparing for upcoming climbing and hiking adventures.
“As a professional mountain guide for the past thirty years and learning from my father and uncle who were among the first Americans to lead summits on three highest peaks in the world -- Everest, K2 and Kanchenjunga -- I know that gear choices can mean the difference between success and failure on the mountain. With this new site, we are simplifying the shopping experience and highlighting the recommendations of our guide team so that customers can make the best gear decisions to maximize safety and comfort.” Peter Whittaker
The new Whittaker Mountaineering website includes:
In addition to online purchases, Whittaker Mountaineering features rental gear such as sleeping bags, tents, down jackets, crampons available at the Ashford store and via shipping. For new climbers, gear lists are available for climbs of Mt. Rainier, Mt. McKinley, Aconcagua and more as well as the ability to book trips worldwide via partner RMI Expeditions.
Visit http://www.whittakermountaineering.com to learn more.
Based in Ashford, Washington, Whittaker Mountaineering specializes in the sale and rental of mountaineering equipment. Whether you are planning to climb the Seven Summits or hike the Wonderland Trail, the experts at Whittaker Mountaineering can help select the right gear. Lead by Peter Whittaker, the Whittaker Mountaineering Guide Team includes the some of the most experienced guides and climbers in the world, including Ed Viesturs, Dave Hahn and Melissa Arnot. Together, the team has more than 2,500 collective ascents of Mt. Rainier, 66 of Mt. McKinley and 29 ascents of Mt. Everest.