Bulk Hardware Orders

(check back here in February 2025 for the next annual order)

AustriAlpin Glue-In Order

2024 Order Now Closed

Thanks to AustriAlpin GmbH and AustriAlpin Inc. we are again able to offer a discount on a bulk order for their glue-in bolts to the local route developer and retrofitting community.

The bolts are available in three different length (75, 90 and 110 mm) and are suitable for 14 mm or 9/16" diameter holes. More information including manual, data sheet etc. can be obtained here:https://www.austrialpin.at/en/products/anchors-drilling-material-ice-screws/detail/hb01al-glue-in-bolt-stainless-steel-316l/ 

Prices are starting from $6.85 + tax.

To place an order:

1. Download the order sheet from this link
2. Fill in your details and number of bolts wanted
3. Send an etransfer of the total to tobias@tabvar.org
3. Email the order sheet to tobias@tabvar.org

The orders will be available to pickup in Calgary or Canmore so make sure to indicate which your preference is.

MEC Bulk Hardware Order

The 2024 MEC Bulk Hardware order is now closed. 

Hey route builders! Once again, Mountain Equipment Company has graciously offered an opportunity for route builders to purchase climbing hardware at a significant discount. 

As usual, fill in the spreadsheet (particularly your email address and whether you want to pick up in Calgary or Canmore),

Save the spreadsheet with your name in the file name, and send the spreadsheet and e-transfer to Steve Fedyna, TABVAR Treasurer, at the email address in the directions on the top of the spreadsheet.

Remember to only order in multiples of the CSO amounts (e.g. for hangers, order in multiples of 25 so you could order 25, 50, 75 or 100, but not 10 or 40).

Order Info  (click here)

Order Form (click here)

HILTI Bulk Bolt Order

2024 Orders are now closed.

Thanks to Hilti we are able to offer a bulk order discount to local routebuilders.

What: Box of 3 inch Hilti stainless steel studs with nuts & washers.

Cost: $163.80 per box of 50 (includes GST).  Only available as boxes of 50.

As always, a gigantic thanks to Andy Genereux for volunteering his time & energy to this.