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General Climbing Discussion

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Belay method, whats the consensus Sunday, 17 October 2004 At 6:44:53 PM meinmuk
Shmalec, I think the two hands up method must be a common US technique. I climb with a uni club in Brisneyland and almost all of our US visitors (of whom there are many) want to belay this way. We teach/force them to belay with the right hand down, instead of up when the rope is stationary.


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