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Would you bring a rope on a solo Europe road trip? 6-Oct-2005 At 11:01:17 AM littlejames
Second that you should get a 70m. Perfect example is Ceuse, which is (as you probably know) an overhanging cliff above a steep hill. A minor f---up with quickdraws and belaying left me and the climber I was belaying dangling at opposite ends of our rope some ten metres off the deck at Sector Cascade (hanging from the chains on Mirage) - it was tricky enough to get out of with a 70m, and might have been semi-serious with a 60m. Don't even think about taking a 50m.

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