Friction hitches
990
Friction hitches

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                                Three types of tie-in with or without chest coils.
912
Three types of tie-in with or without chest coils.

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                                Approaching a glacier as a roped team of two
903
Approaching a glacier as a roped team of two

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                                Installing an equalized belay station
1,005
Installing an equalized belay station

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                                Primary dangers when using a rope
954
Primary dangers when using a rope

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                                How to coil the rope?
938
How to coil the rope?

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                                Carabiner basics
937
Carabiner basics

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                                Choice of lanyard end carabiner for a rock climbing or via ferrata lanyard
968
Choice of lanyard end carabiner for a rock climbing or via ferrata lanyard

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                                Choice of carabiners for hauling systems and pulley attachment
855
Choice of carabiners for hauling systems and pulley attachment

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                                Choice of carabiners for attaching the rope to the anchor
871
Choice of carabiners for attaching the rope to the anchor

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                                Examples of dangerous carabiner loading.
1,004
Examples of dangerous carabiner loading.

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                                Attaching a rope to the harness
1,217
Attaching a rope to the harness

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                                Crossing a bergschrund on a snow slope
948
Crossing a bergschrund on a snow slope

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                                Progression with a taut rope using a TIBLOC
996
Progression with a taut rope using a TIBLOC

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                                Quick rappel on a ridge climb
1,013
Quick rappel on a ridge climb

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                                Crevasse rescue no. 1: transferring the victim's weight to an anchor
1,188
Crevasse rescue no. 1: transferring the victim's weight to an anchor

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                                Crevasse rescue no. 2: accessing the edge of the crevasse to evaluate the situation
899
Crevasse rescue no. 2: accessing the edge of the crevasse to evaluate the situation

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                                Crevasse rescue no. 3: haul systems for crevasse rescue
1,000
Crevasse rescue no. 3: haul systems for crevasse rescue

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                                Ascending the rope in self-rescue:  take care when approaching the anchor
1,004
Ascending the rope in self-rescue: take care when approaching the anchor

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