Linköping klätterklubb holds some equipment that you as a member can borrow. If you think something is missing, we are happy to receive suggestions for the purchase of new equipment. Contact the board or lending manager and tell us what you would like the club to buy.
How to borrow
Send a letter to email@example.com, to be sure to get the equipment on time and get in touch at least a week before you need it. All equipment is in the Hangar and left out of there.
You must be a member of the club in order to borrow our equipment. The borrowing period is two weeks if no special agreements exist. When you borrow equipment, we write down your name, email and phone number. Equipment must be inspected before and after the rental to ensure quality and safety. If the equipment is subjected to stress or damage, it is important that you report it!
Crashpad – giant
Crashpad – large
Ice axes, two pairs
Step irons, two pairs
Rope climbing sets, eight pieces
This is lent for joint construction in the hall and is not allowed to leave the climbing hall.
What is included in a set: Grigri, ascender, carbines and slings.
The club has a library of guides, books and films that you as a member can borrow home. If you have a request or tip on something that we should buy for the library, please contact the club’s board.
The library is located in the climbing hall. Talk to the wall manager, they have access to the library and are happy to lend you a book. When you borrow from the library, we write down your name and phone number to know who has borrowed what. The rental period is usually four weeks but if there is no queue, it is no problem to extend the time. We would like you to be careful with the rental books so that they do not wear out too quickly.
Lofoten Rock (Rockfax)
Heavy Water – Rjukan Ice (Rockfax) – Jon Haukassveen, Tom Atle Bordevik
El Chorro (Rockfax) – Mark Glaister
Costa Blanca (Rockfax) – Chris Craggs, Alan James
Mallorca (Rockfax) – Mark Glaister, Alan James
Haute Provence (Rockfax) — Adrian Berry
The Mont Blanc Range – Classic Snow, Ice and Mixed Climbs – Jean-Louis Laroche, Florence LeLong
The Tour of Mont Blanc – Kev Reynolds
Climbing Your Best: Training to Maximize Your Performance – Heather Reynolds Sagar
Rock Climbing: Essential Skills & Techniques – Libby Peter
Training for Climbing – Eric J. Hörst
Learning to Climb Indoors – Eric J. Hörst
Conditioning for Climbers: The Complete Exercise Guide – Eric J. Hörst
Off the Wall: Exercises for Climbers – Lisa M. Wolfe
Gym Climb – John Long
Better Bouldering – John Sherman
The Climbing Handbook – Steve Long
Knots for Climbers – Craig Luebben
The Complete Guide to Rope Techniques – Nigel Shepherd
Alpinism: Introduction to Safe Alpine Mountaineering – Peter Cliff
In the library there is an archive of around 20 DVDs that you can borrow from home. To see exactly which ones, take a look in the climbing hall.