Thoughts on single rope techniques and releasable anchors

Neo
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Re: Thoughts on single rope techniques and releasable anchors

Post by Neo » 08 Jun 2018, 21:55

BlueCanyons wrote:
07 Jun 2018, 08:59

Rich makes pretty good videos on the subject:
Interesting version of a Munter tied off. I learnt the 'Super Munter' which locks the Munter by taking the tail around it to lock and a bite up through the carabiner, then the bite ties off with half hitches below the Munter. Same principle. Can do a zero slip release.

I abseil on a single rope unless pulling/last one down. Rigging a releasable is easy once you know. I like reason #1 in the video!



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