Introducing Abbie Robinson

Abbie is a competitive climber and all-round outdoor enthusiast based in the North East of England, UK.

Having grown up an active, adventurous person, Abbie started indoor climbing when she was 13 at her local climbing wall in Sunderland. At 17, she was diagnosed with Stargardt Macular Dystrophy and registered legally blind. It was then that she was introduced to the world of paraclimbing and quickly went on to join the GB Paraclimbing Team, so far securing 7 international gold medals, including 3 consecutive world championship titles.

Having initially struggled to come to terms with the label of being ‘disabled’, Abbie is passionate about showing the world that disability does not have to be a barrier to success, independence or adventure. She is keen to make sport accessible for all in the hope that other people with disabilities can find the same freedom and strength through the sport that she did.

Getting outdoors has played a huge role in coming to terms with her disability. She enjoys exploring some of the local bouldering spots in Northumberland and Yorkshire, ticking off some classic boulders up to 7c. Aside from climbing, she is also up for any outdoor adventure, often found open water swimming at her local beach or hitting some nearby trails on her mountain bike.

We strive to deliver lightweight timeless performance clothing and equipment. Our products have always been built to endure the toughest conditions.

We continue to traverse mountain ranges, summit inaccessible peaks, seek new lines, and chase unbeaten trails. We share a collective love of the great outdoors.

As we reflect on our journey, we look to reduce our impact on the wild landscapes where we find inspiration and correct our path for the future.

30 Years of Progress Competition Winner

“Purpose is important in life. We often find out who we are in our purpose. Some people find it through their family and friends, or their job. For me, you don’t need to think about who you are in the mountains. If you’re struggling or lost, the mountains have always helped guide me.”

- Samuel Frontzek

Thanks to the Montane community

We asked you to share your favourite Montane moments at the Lakeland 50 & 100 this year. The response was phenomenal (see some of the thoughts we gathered below!) and we loved hearing all of your stories. Thank you for being part of our journey so far, we wouldn’t be here without you.

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