10 "Safe Climbing" Tips To Remember
Looks like this week is one packed full of tips for you to keep in mind as summer approaches. We'll all be doing a lot more climbing, whether it's for vacation, time off of school or just because the weather is so nice we can't help ourselves. That said, today's tips are nothing more than simple reminders on how to enjoy yourself the most, by ensuring that you climb safely.
Most of these tips are absolute no-brainers, but nevertheless, it's always good to get a refresher course on safe climbing tips, or if you're new to the sport, to get your feet wet learning the ropes. So, without further ado, and check out the full article
to get a bit more in-depth, here are 10 safe climbing tips you should always remember:
- Always Check Harnesses
- Always Check Knots
- Always Wear a Helmet
- Always Check the Rope and Belay Device
- Always Use a Long Rope
- Always Pay Attention
- Always Bring Enough Gear
- Always Climb With the Rope Over Your Leg
- Always Properly Clip the Rope
- Always Use Safe Anchors
See, I told you they were simple. For all of you that already know them, my apologies, for all of you who don't, you're welcome. Talk to any of your guides, instructors or employees at Touchstone Climbing if you want any more information or tips, they'll always be happy to help.
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