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Mar 14, 2013
Just a little overhanging....
I'm looking for a good samaritan in the Boulder area who can show me how to release tension on the haul bag line and attach it to the belay and then release the bag from said anchor without having to lift the bag yourself and/or without a partner. I've done a bit of reading on the web but so far have not been able to find anything that is super clear - I'm also the type of person who learns by doing. So, if you'd like to spend some time after work one evening (or maybe even at the climbing gym if it's possible to do there) teaching a hopeful big wall climber some tips it would be much appreciated and you'd certainly be compensated for your time in beer and/or some other alcoholic beverage of your choice! Mr. Stevens
From Boulder, CO
Joined Apr 22, 2011
255 points
Mar 14, 2013
Are you trying to get ready for a solo wall? I can show you how to do all of that. its rather easy and would really only take about 20-30 minutes to show you. when are you free?
406-579-4859. send me a text
Ian Cavanaugh
Joined Sep 6, 2010
406 points
Mar 16, 2013
Thunderbolt Peak in the Palisades
Load releasable hitch; look up mariners hitch (aka mariners knot) or radium hitch which is used a lot by SAR personnel. randy88fj62
Joined May 28, 2010
67 points
Mar 16, 2013
Trundling a death block. Photo by Dan Gambino.
Put a Yates Adjustable daisy chain on your haul bag. Clip the cam buckle to your anchor point. Clip an aider to the "pull" side of the Adj. daisy...stand up in the aider. Voile!

josh
J. Thompson
From denver, co
Joined Jan 1, 2001
1,739 points
Mar 16, 2013
munter mule dude! S Denny
From Aspen, CO
Joined Sep 25, 2008
24 points
Mar 16, 2013
The route in it's entirety.


check this vid out.
Greg G
From SLC, UT
Joined Oct 3, 2008
566 points
Mar 17, 2013
Just a little overhanging....
Thanks for all your responses. Got it all figured out! Mr. Stevens
From Boulder, CO
Joined Apr 22, 2011
255 points
Mar 19, 2013
On the North America Wall in 1977.
Glad I could help! Mark Hudon
Joined Jul 27, 2009
280 points


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