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Doing stupid things in the Grose 23-Dec-2008 At 5:23:51 PM oweng
That is a bugger.

My guess:

pull untill the knot catches in the guide draw. measure how much rope you have (my arm span is 1.8 metres). If you have less than 30metres, prussic and hope the knot cant pull through the draw or unclip itself with all the prussicing giggle. If you have more than 30 metres, you can lead back up to the guide draw and clip into the the draw, pull the rope from above the draw so that you rap from the draw back to the ledge.

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