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Tips for cliff development 9-Feb-2015 At 6:26:46 PM kp
*Use a big wall harness. The bigger the better
*Buy a static rope and use rope protectors. Saves so much energy jugging
*Learn to use small aid bolts. Saves heaps of time dicking around with dodgy gear/hooks. Skyhooks are also good in roofs when its juggy.
*If the rock is really really.... really ridiculously good, use Dynabolts instead of glue ins. Saves so much time.
*Don't clean too much vegetation. If its there now, it will probably find its way back to the cliff! This really should be rule #1

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