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skiclimb


Mar 1, 2011, 8:41 AM

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Re: [bearbreeder] Is aid really dangerous?
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Is aid really dangerous.

nah it's always safe. Aid climbing unlike real climbing never has rockfall (nice bonus we don't ever wear helmets). Aid climbing guarantees good weather and eliminate all objective hazards. In Aid climbng the rope can never get cut the gear can never break. All placements are always bomber ...that is why we can use hooks for pro. Operator error is impossible in aid climbing.

Aid climbing automatically makes you a genius incapable of distraction or misjudgement.

Aid climbing makes it impossible to get hurt if you fall. just ask Dean Potter. Thats why most aid climbers don't even own a rope and if we do it's a static.

Aid climbing makes you invulnerable. This is why our chalkbag contains a lighter and a pack of non-filter cigarettes for leading.


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