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belaying seconds on a multipitch 15-Apr-2016 At 1:15:07 PM peteclimbs
On 15/04/2016 kieranl wrote: There is however the slight problem of your hands getting scraped between the rope and the rock.

That can actually be a minor PITA. I had a situation not long ago where I was belaying my second direct off the anchor on autoblock but the anchor was low so the climbers side of the rope was in contact with slopey top of the climb. Anyway, sure enough, as I go to take in slack my climber fell, pulling the rope taught and pinning my non-brake hand fairly firmly between rope and rock. It hurt.

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