Black Diamond Cliff Cabana Double Portaledge


RRP: £580.00
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Two person portaledge

Seen on the big walls of Yosemite, Patagonia and Baffin Island and based on the original A5 portaledge designs by John Middendorf this ledge is a seriously proven piece of equipment. Extremely durable, easy to set up and adjust and with an array of built on organiser pockets. The Black Diamond Cliff Cabana Double Portaledge will take the battering of big walling and still give you a comfy place to sleep at night. It also happens to be the longest portaledge on the market so if you are over 6ft tall this is the only way forward. Please note that we don’t always have these in stock, as they are very specialist. If we are out of stock please contact us for availability information.


  • Weighs 9 kg
  • Dimensions: 213 x 130 cm
  • Frame: Double-butted 6061 T-6 45 mm machined and anodized aluminum alloy
  • Ledge: Double ripstop 420d packcloth with double ripstop 210d nylon ballistic reinforcements
  • Precision engineered for strength, durability, ease of setup and adjustment
  • 4 pull straps tighten the floor
  • 6-point buckle system gives easy leveling


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