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belaying seconds on a multipitch 13-Apr-2016 At 11:01:26 PM mikllaw
On 13/04/2016 southcol wrote:

>I would go for second top pic in yellow, but why only lower off one anchor
>point rather than the equalized point the belayer is connected to? or back
>up the lower off point to other points, especially for some trad anchor/directional
>set ups. Balance the load.

A second is body weight only, if your belay is so poor that you can't lower a bod off half of it, start downclimbing pronto. Certainly don't lead above it

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