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Learn This: Build a Climbing Rope Anchor

Carry less gear by building a solid anchor with the rope.

Use the “slingshot” technique to quickly and easily climb doubled rappel ropes that are rigged through metal hardware at the anchors. Pulling down on the jumar side of the rope as shown lifts up on the opposite side of the rope and voila, up you go. In most cases, at some point, you'll have to pass the knot joining the two ropes.

Use the “slingshot” technique to quickly and easily climb doubled rappel ropes that are rigged through metal hardware at the anchors. Pulling down on the jumar side of the rope as shown lifts up on the opposite side of the rope and voila, up you go. In most cases, at some point, you'll have to pass the knot joining the two ropes.

Anchors for top ropes

Tried and true anchors for setting up top ropes

Anchors for top ropes

Learn how to build a simple bolt anchor for top rope or multi-pitch applications.

Case study - Simple Bolt Anchor

Learn how to build a simple bolt anchor for top rope or multi-pitch applications.

This anchor was developed for use in Canyoneering when you are forced to tie two ropes together to complete a rappel. Specifically, for first descents with u...

This anchor was developed for use in Canyoneering when you are forced to tie two ropes together to complete a rappel. Specifically, for first descents with u.

climbing anchors

Want to learn how to build your own climbing anchors? This guide provides an overview of the SERENE method and introduction to building climbing anchors.

Rappelling: Learn the Basics of This Essential Technique -By Julie Ellison

Rappelling: Learn the Basics of This Essential Technique -By Julie Ellison

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