The Mountaineers Books Rock Climbing Anchors - A Comprehensive Guide

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Finding your next hold and all of the other important facets of rock climbing are sure to become as easy as 1-2-3 whenever you have Rock Climbing Anchors: A Comprehensive Guide on your side. PRODUCT FEATURES: 250 Pages By: Craig Luebben Proper gear placement and anchor rigging shown in more than 300 photos

- Appalachian Outdoors

This essential guide covers everything you need to know to set rock-solid climbing anchors for intermediate to advanced climbers.


This entry in the Mountaineers Outdoor Expert Series, for intermediate-to-advanced climbers, presents modern anchoring ideas and techniques for top-roping, rappelling, sport climbing, traditional rock climbing, and mountaineering-all in one comprehensive guide. Luebben covers the finer points of all types of commonly used anchors: removable anchors including hexes, wired nuts, tri-cams, expanding wedges, expandable tubes, and cams; natural anchors such as trees and boulders; and fixed anchors like bolts and pitons. Photos show a variety of gear placements, accompanied by discussion of the pros and cons of each


Description of Mountaineers Books Rock Climbing Anchors A Comprehensive GuideCertified rock guide Craig Luebben is so attuned to the finer points of rock climbing anchors that he used his engineering background to invent his own type of climbing protection, the Big Bro. Now, in Rock Climbing Anchors, he presents the very latest in anchoring theory and techniques, including the pros and cons of specific gear placements and anchor rigging strategies. For climbers who want to creat safe and efficient anchors for top-roping, rappelling, mountaineering, sport climbing and trad climbing Rock Climbing Anchors is the source. FeaturesWritten by Craig Luebben256 PagesPaperbackFor intermediate to advanced climbersAuthor is an American Mountain Guide Association AMGA certified rock guide and instructorLearning exercises reinforce key skillsProper gear placement and anchor rigging shown in more than 300 photos

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