We know it makes sense to rig releasable contingencies when we anticipate a rescue will likely involve lowering. But what about those times when rescue is more likely to involve hauling? An example might be rappelling into a pit that has no exit at the bottom when your exit plan is ascending.
In this video Rich takes a look at some contingency rigging options when you rig “Tail Up”.
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