/ NEW ARTICLE: Surviving Sea-cliff Adventures
Briefly covering prusiking, abseiling and other tips and tricks, the article is based in part on content from her instructional DVD Get Out on Rock.
The article includes Diagrams from the MLTUK and photographs from Mike Robertson.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=2651
I would have thought that the stake and nut should be equalized with an alpine butterfly, and the black sling and one screwgate would then become unnecessary and reduce prospective failure points. As it is, that nut would get shock loaded if the stake failed :-o
I know everyone does these things differently. Any other views?
And God forbid a nut should ever be shock loaded.
How irresponsible - UKC ought to be ashamed of itself for printing such terrible advice (and from a Mountain Guide as well!). Won't somebody PLEASE think of the children? etc etc
No mention of checking tide tables (at least for some routes)?
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