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Slabs II  
   

Slabs II

Climbing a great slab route and trying later my new techinique to climb without a partner: I tied knots every 1.5m on my rope, tied one end to the anchor and threw the rest down the slab. Then using two quickdraws I climbed a bit clipping one above me and unclipping the one down the rope. Will let you know later I have scraped this idea all together for an easier and safer solution!
British Heights

September 9th 2007
SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK - NORTH WALES Back from Brazil, staying over at friends' places: Celso and Alex. Ana was in London for the last bit of her holiday and was brave enough to be the very first pillion passanger in my new VFR; I forgot to take the padlock off and we both fell with the bike. 😱 Ana had to help me lift the bike so that my left foot could be freed from under the weight. Ha ... read more
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