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Access on a doubled rope - diagram

Access on a doubled rope - diagram

Munter-Mule-Overhand (MMO): This knot is key to getting “hands free” on a belay, meaning you’ve tied off your climber so you can take your hand off the brake end of the rope. It builds off the Munter...

Munter-Mule-Overhand (MMO) This knot is key to getting “hands free” on a belay, meaning you’ve tied off your climber so you can take your hand off the brake end of the rope. It builds off the Munter hitch, so a correctly tied Munter is the first step.

Rope Techniques Multi Pitch

Petzl Roctrip: rope techniques for multi-pitch climbing

How to Make a Fast Rope for Climbing - ITS tactical

Join ITS Tactical's Knot of the Week as we show you How to Make a Fast Rope for Climbing.

Using ropes to carry an injured person Bear Grylls advaces to use 12 loops

Carrying a person without a stretcher If a person is lightly injured, and the distance to be carried is short, a stretcher may not be necessary. There are several ways to carry a person. The Firema…

tautline-hitch

Any thoughts on using a Tautline-Hitch for tarp tie-downs. Any other simple, adjustable, tension-knots you guys use for tie-downs?

Non-Slip Mono Knot

Simple and secure rope knots for WSS Camping Hammock. I think I'd add another step and loop the line back on itself at the end, so it could be pulled free when needed.

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Avoid getting your ropes stuck on multi-pitches with this simple lowering technique. www.climbing.com/skill/lower-away/

Avoid getting your ropes stuck on multi-pitches with this simple lowering technique

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