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© Chris Craggs, Sep 2006
perfect example of how not to do it. though it is stanage and it wouldnt be a days climbing there if the circus wasnt in town :D
stvredmond - 16/Dec/12
Is this a common mistake with double ropes? I rarely use them, just trying to figure out how exactly it happens. Oh and what's going on with the tail left after tying in!?
JimboWizbo - 16/Dec/12
The shiny gear, low grade and extra long rope ends complete the story. I only wish I could keep up the newbies learning mantra, instead of becoming more complacent than I'd like.
Mark Collins - 17/Dec/12
Low grade? It's HVS.
Mutl3y - 17/Dec/12
Like the comments... does the phrase 'we all had to start somewhere' ring a bell?
Jeremy Wilton - 18/Dec/12
As in: start by learning a few basics?
Chris Craggs - 18/Dec/12
Clip rope A to crab B, then clip rope B to crab C, then E, F, H but not G, repeat with other rope.......
dakidunn - 18/Dec/12
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Apologies for the low grade comment Mutl3y. The only explanation I can offer is that the link above references a Mod.
Mark Collins - 30/Dec/12