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climbing on a single half rope? 29-Apr-2011 At 2:47:24 PM jkane
On 29/04/2011 Sabu wrote:
>Well what about when you are using both ropes and you take a fall which
>loads onto just one of them? Using both at the same time isn't going to
>improve their holding power, just means you have a backup incase one of
>them fails.

Sounds like you are describing twin or double ropes, not half ropes.

Half ropes are not supposed to be used this way, you are supposed to always clip them both through each runner.

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