Falcon Guides Self-Rescue

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Falcon Guides's Self-Rescue page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This book describes and illustrates a variety of techniques which all climber should know for safety and self-reliance.

- GearX.com

Self Rescue by David Fasulo is an invaluable resource for climbers taking the next steps into trad and alpine climbing. The second edition includes revisions to the original book with the latest techniques and detail illustrations of self-rescue practices. Topics include rescue and escape concepts, tools, knots, info on transporting victims, required skills, and how to handle theoretical situations.

- Mountain Gear

Whether you need to assist your partner past a difficult section of a climb or rappel down a multipitch route with an injured climber, you owe it to yourself and your fellow climbers to be prepared. How to Climb?: Self-Rescue fully describes and illustrates a variety of techniques that every climber needs to know for safety and self-reliance. The first edition of this book was the authority on rescue techniques for rock climbers. Now completely updated and revised with the latest techniques?and accompanied by Mike Clelland?s clear, detailed illustrations?David Fasulo?s How to Climb?: Self-Rescue remains the definitive resource on the topic.

- CampSaver.com

Globe Pequot Press How To Climb- Self-Rescue 2nd Edition

- Altrec Outdoors

Falcon Guides Self-Rescue


The Falcon Guides Self-Rescue is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 23, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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