Mammut Infinity Dry Climbing Rope - 9.5mm
MammutInfinity Dry Climbing Rope - 9.5mm

Versatility in the vertical world.

The Infinity Dry Climbing Rope is Mammut's high performance choice for projecting single-pitch sport and tackling multi-pitch trad. A 9.5mm diameter gives the Infinity the light weight and fluid feel that moderate to advanced climbers look for. Mammut's Dry treatment coats both the sheath and core for decreased water absorption and increased abrasion-resistance. Some styles feature the Duodess bi-pattern and others have a middle marker, both offering easy rappel setups. 

  • Dry treated sheath and core
  • Duodess bi-pattern on select styles
  • Middle marker on other styles
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Only rope I will ever buy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This rope is great, after what I have seen this rope withstand I can trust my life on it. I watched a friend take a 40 ft whipper over a sharp granite ledge. The rope took a core shot but lasted long enough for him to go in direct and do a double fisherman in order to finish the route. Also on the same trip we managed to get stuck cleaning and coming down 2 pitches in a monsoon. The rope amazingly stayed dry, I have never seen anything like it. There was a waterfall coming down the rope because we were the geniuses that decided to climb a multi pitch in a canyon drain system, but the rope was ready to climb on the next day. Stay safe, stay dry forever, buy mammut infinity dry.

Only rope I will ever buy

Nearly perfect

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used the 9.8mm Eternity in a vivid blue color which I loved, so I thought I'd also try the 9.5 mm Infinity. I love the Infinity's lightweight feel even more than the Eternity. A few drawbacks, however, are that it had some "twisting" issues on the first few uses where after more than a pitch of climbing it would start twisting up on itself into coils that would jam in the belay device (this has improved quite a bit after several uses but still not entirely). It also is kind of an ugly blue, not as nice as the pictures show, and definitely not as nice as the Eternity blue. I do think Mammut's dry treatment on both ropes is outstanding and does a great job protecting in the ice of winter or even the desert dirt. The "stretch" feel on both ropes is very good (not too much and not too little), and I am very glad I got this rope with the bi-pattern option and the 70m option. Overall I'd say 4.5/5 stars.

Great for any season and extra durable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Infinity Dry is an amazing rope for any conditions. Sport, Trad, Ice, it will handle it all. Both the sheath and core are dry treated making it one of the most durable ropes on the market. The slimmer 9.5 diameter will keep weight down and work with pretty much any ATC. Available in 60m and 70m with either a center mark or Duodess bi-pattern depending on the color option selected. The Infinity Dry is an investment that will last. Still not sure?
Contact me and I can help you find the right rope for your needs. Take a look at the attached photo for a great example of the durability of the Infinity line. The photo shows the Classic (top), Protect (mid), and Dry (bottom) after being run over a sharp edge 200 times.

Great for any season and extra durable

Good All-arounder

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got this rope to serve as my new all-arounder. So far it's seen sport cragging and multipitch trad use, but with the dry treatment, l expect to be using it on ice next season. Haven't had it long enough to speak to it's durability, but in every other aspect I'm very pleased. I have the 70m and it's quite light considering. It also handles really nicely. Time will tell how it holds up, but it looks like this will be just the rope I was looking for.

Is this rope bi-color or does it just include a middle marker? I'm very confused with the description as it says select styles are bi-color. I'm interested in the Pappel/Lime Green option that is available from the drop down list.

Hey, Joanna -



The Pappel/Lime Green (60 and 70) you're looking at are not bi-color, they just have the middle mark.

Great Rope

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a solid rope used it in the past. I just purchased it for ice season

Awesome rope

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have only used this rope once but I am really happy with it. you can use it for anything really its light enough for trad and really smooth when you are clipping for sport.

It's a Classic

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This rope is great for everything from single pitch red-point projects to long multi pitch days. It is super supple running through your belay device and offers a great soft catch. With a light weight feel, middle marker, and multiple lengths, this rope has an option for everyone!

If you’re looking into ropes and are looking for a recommendation, give me a call or shoot me an email and I’d be happy to help you out with some recommendations. I have climbed on a lot of ropes on the site and have used almost every Mammut rope on the market!

core damage

core damage

What happened? Did you got a warranty refund or claim in your favor?

Solid

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I used this rope for the first time on some mixed trad and sport routs a few weekends ago. The rope had a great feel to it, light enough to not drag but sturdy enough to hold up to the rigors of trad routs. We got caught in ta spring storm and the dry coating was very nice, rope dried out extremely quick and we could get back on the crag the next day.

One rope for everything

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I did a lot of research before buying this rope. I wanted a rope that is fairly equal in all disciplines - sport, trad, gym, and mixed. I read review after review after review and finally made the purchase and I haven't regretted it ever since. It is fairly light for a 9.5 single compared to others (58 g/m) and the duodess is an amazing little feature that you don't think too much about until you are using it quite often. I don't know why they would even make a rope anymore without some sort of middle marker. The dry treatment is also a nifty little feature to have that you don't think that much about until you are slogging a wet rope around that has absorbed the rain or snow or morning dew. The 60m is the perfect all around length, especially for trad and sport since it leaves you able to do 30m pitches at a time for the rapels which is more than adequate for most sport routes. Technically, the rope in the picture is from last year - I don't believe much has changed other than the color - mine is blue where the new one is green, but it still remains a top pick amongst many.

One rope for everything

Climbing in the Valley

This rope feels so good to work with. It makes me want to send.

Climbing in the Valley

Such an awesome photo! You're lucky to live there. Awahnee! Thanks Matt.

Supple goodness!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My favorite rope for multi pitch trad. Used this rope all last year. Soft enough catch, silky smooth handling, and good balance of weight and durability. Not light enough for red pointing anything. Maybe a work rope, but for the price I'd rather hangdog in something else. Pretty much exclusively use this for longer climbs. Bought the 70m for that, and love it. Some may think it's on the stiff side, compared to some sterling ropes ive used, but i feel this aids in the handling for belaying and clipping into pro on leads. Highly recommended.

Excellent rope

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was looking for a lot in this rope purchase: (a) durability, (b) low weight, (c) soft catch, (d) good handle and (e) dry...I climb in PNW. Basically, something to use on difficult sport projects and occasional trad adventures. The Infinity has hit all the marks and was a great price.

I'm glad I made the purchase.