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Nov 4, 2012
I'm headed to thailand at the end of the week and was getting mostly packed tonight and wondered about a need for a helmet. I know most routes are probably climbed a lot but we are planning to do a few multi-pitch routes while we're there. I wasn't planning to bring one, but should I?

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garrettem
Joined Mar 28, 2008
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Nov 4, 2012
the man was smart
nope, unless you usually wear one while climbing sport, then maybe T Roper
From VA,NM,UT,CT,MA
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Nov 4, 2012
Do you value style or your brain more? NorCalNomad
From San Francisco
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Nov 5, 2012
Thanks for the replies. I don't usually wear one for sport so I guess I'll be leaving the helmet. I'm only taking a carry on pack with climbing gear and cloths so helmet gets bumped not for style but for space. garrettem
Joined Mar 28, 2008
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Nov 5, 2012
Unnecessary. Lots of the multipitch routes in tonsai and railay need two rope raps, FYI.

I left tonsai on Thursday for the states, would go back tomorrow.
J-Wright
Joined Mar 29, 2010
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Nov 5, 2012
on the multipitch routes you'll need a prusik more than a helmet, but sometimes stalagtites come out of nowhere and those are good times to have something between your head and the rock.
ps. you will have a blast! if you're headed to tonsai, make sure you climb king cat, huminality, narsilion, nut cracker, lion king, missing snow... ok i should stop-- i could go on and on
Michael Holland
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