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Step 7: Release the munter-mule on the cord and slowly weight the climbing rope tied off with a munter-mule to the anchor. Untie the prussic. <br />Step 8: You have now reached baseline. Make sure all your carabiners are locked and the knots are dressed. You should see the lead line going from the climber through their last piece of pro down to the bottom of the climb, attached directly to the anchor with a munter-mule with an overhand backup. A few feet of slack and then a figure-8-on-a-bight clipped to the anchor as a backup.

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Step 7: Release the munter-mule on the cord and slowly weight the climbing rope tied off with a munter-mule to the anchor. Untie the prussic.
Step 8: You have now reached baseline. Make sure all your carabiners are locked and the knots are dressed. You should see the lead line going from the climber through their last piece of pro down to the bottom of the climb, attached directly to the anchor with a munter-mule with an overhand backup. A few feet of slack and then a figure-8-on-a-bight clipped to the anchor as a backup.

Submitted By: Micah Lewkowitz on Jun 1, 2010