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General Climbing Discussion

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Your intro to climbing. 18-Oct-2012 At 9:33:45 PM southcol
My kids (boys 3&6) enjoy outdoor climbing far more than indoors. In fact indoors is normally a waste of time/money and on rock they love it it. I always belay them from above so they are climbing up to me, with my partner at the bottom. We have done around 20+m high with them in this style. Top belaying is the go with mini ones.
At places like Mt Arapiles, I set up a flying fox with an old climbing rope and rescue pulley attaching them with a body harness. It adds a little bit of rope confidence and fun.

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