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Self Rescue Concepts

This past weekend I spent one day teaching a modern self rescue program to six local climbers.  This concepts course was designed so that these climbed would have opportunities to practice rescue skills to enhance their climbing abilities.  We looked … Continue reading

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An AMGA week!

I’m just coming off a really busy 10 day stretch.  Aside from some regular guiding gigs, I had an SPI Review day with Keith.  He was looking for some more structured practice, and I applaud him for taking it upon … Continue reading

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Crafting the Cordelette

The cordelette (or little rope in english) is a 10-20 foot piece of 6-7mm accessory cord tied into a loop that climbers often use to build and equalize anchors.  They are also handy for self rescue and load transfers. One of the … Continue reading

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