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Climbing protection for canyoning. 6-Nov-2014 At 1:24:16 PM barefootbushman
I have done Butterbox numerous times. I did it with a 60m 10mm dynamic, and it was fine. Yes, you are more likely to get it stuck, and yes it can be a pain rapping down a wet, bouncy rope under a waterfall, but a fat static is not a whole lot different.

The climbing out of the canyon is actually very exposed, and deserves every bit of its 11 grades, especially when wearing a wetty and volleys.

Take a cheap dynamic dude! And practise a bit of climbing first.

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