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Lead fall Hard Rock CBD 23-Jul-2008 At 2:59:02 PM deadbudgy
On 23/07/2008 kezza wrote:
>I tend to tie to a ground anchor if I'm lead belaying indoors on certain
>walls. not tied so i have zero room to move, but enough to prevent me getting
>sucked up to the first draw, gives the leader a dynamic belay and saves
>me face planting into the wall... win win.
This is my favoured method aswell. It allows for some dynamism in the system and prevents the belayer from running into the first piece of pro in the event of a large fall. This is common practice among people I climb with.

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