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comment Bolt Conditions at the New River Gorge
@BenediktBauer May be the question is not suitable for a Q&A site. Currently the question asks about the current situation at NRG. But the situation is about to change every day. So what would be an answer about the current situation worth in one month or a year?
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answered Bolt Conditions at the New River Gorge
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comment “Tag line”/“pull cord” for multipitch trad: what kind and when needed?
Never heard of someone who uses a "pull cord". I always use two half ropes to do multi pitches where rappelling is necessary. Do you ask in the context of sport climbs or trad/alpine style routes? IMHO it's always nice to rappel more than 30m at once.
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answered Trekking solo in South Africa
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comment Avoiding tangles when leading on double ropes
@AlanL may be you should edit your answer to take credit on mine ;-)
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comment Rock Climbing - Beginner's Guide for Quick Improvement?
For books just search Amazon.
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comment How to rappel on an over-hanging cliff?
@WedaPashi Do we really need the tags overhang and overhaning-cliffs?
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comment Climbing Mount Teide from sea-level
I recommend to do it in 3 days. Stay the first night in the hotel Parador at 2000m and explore the Canadas on the first day if you have energy left. On the second day hike to the Rifugio Altavista. Don't start too early, the hut opens late at 17:00. On the next morning get up early to see the sunrise. This will give you enough time to adjust to the hight.