Ultra-light half rope for alpine, ice and trad. climbing. One of the lightest half ropes on the market, the Gully is also certified as a twin rope. The small diameter gives smooth handling but also requires precise and technical belaying.
Using two 60m ropes gives the necessary length for climbing long routes. At 36 g/m and a reduced impact force, the Gully 7.3mm gives excellent performance to the most demanding ice-, alpine and trad. climbers
Expert climbers will really appreciate the low impact force, which reduces the load on ice anchors on difficult mixed climbing routes.
An Individual Identification Number can be found on the label at the rope end. This allows traceability of your rope for life.
Use: Advanced and expert climbers for ice, alpine and trad. climbing.
Length: 60 m.
Half & twin rope.
Impact force laboratory: 4.9-5.10 kN.
Impact force Beal Guarantee: 5.20 kN.
Number of UIAA falls laboratory as half rope: 6-7.
Number of falls Beal Guarantee as half rope: 6.
Number of UIAA falls laboratory as twin rope: 13-15.
Number of falls Beal Guarantee as twin rope: 12.
Sheath slippage: 0 mm.
Sheath percentage: 45%.
Elongation after first fall: 40 %.
Static elongation: 12 %.
Weight per metre: 36 g.
Golden Dry treatment: In addition to the performance of Dry Cover, Beal also enhances the durability of the core by another exclusive procedure. Every filament in the strands of the core is coated with a fluoride solution by a continuous process, which is then heat-set and polymerised onto the polyamide. Protecting the rope from water absorption eliminates weight increase, risk of freezing on cold weather climbs, and slows the wearing of the rope considerably.
UNICORE: On a classic rope, if the sheath is accidentally severed, it slides and bunches over many metres. It thus becomes impossible to pass this zone, whether climbing or descending. With the UNICORE Process, the sheath stays in place and the user may escape, either by climbing or by descending, whilst taking all necessary precautions.
UNICORE on treated ropes:
Prevents sheath slippage.
Prevents sheath bunching.
Allows escape by abseil, even if the sheath is cut.