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- Mastering these techniques requires specific training. Work with a professional to confirm your ability to perform these techniques safely and independently before attempting them unsupervised.
- We provide examples of techniques related to your activity. There may be others that we do not describe here.
Load-sharing anchors with the rope
Bunny knot (for load-sharing anchors)
Special case: isolate a section of damaged rope with a butterfly knot
Protecting the Rope
On an angle
On a flat/hard surface
On a soft surface
Load-sharing anchors with a sling
Effect of the angle on a load-sharing anchor
Temporary adjustable anchors
To wrap around an existing structure by precisely adjusting the length of the anchor.
Structures requiring specific positioning
Temporary anchors with multiple configurations
To best adapt to a situation, whether by connecting directly to the anchor, or connecting to a structure by wrapping around it or using a choker hitch.