In this video, Rebecca Coles explains how to increase efficiency at belay stances. Speed is crucial when alpine climbing and making simple processes as time efficient as possible is vitally important and often overlooked.
In reply to C Witter: wow, I thought this is what you do at just about every belay where you swing leads… I mean call me crazy, but bringing someone up on an autolocking plate so you can eat and drink whilst at the belay is kind of normal, especially when you are using a plate made for the job like she is!
So unrealistically simple, might as well have been at home. Single rope as mentioned, no wires restored to their rightful place and masses of space. How about a small ledge and a load of rope to manage in a tight space
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