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TLDR; Join yourself to the ends of the rope. My preference if the rope isn't on the ground is towards tieing an overhand on a bight on each side and clipping them both my belay loop. This strategy has two benefits major benefits. 1) The obvious is that when rappelling, you can't go past the end of the rope. This is true regardless of which type of ...


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It's good that you're in the habit of putting knots in the end of your rope before you rappel. Failing to do that is an extremely common cause of accidents and deaths, because without the knots, you can pop off the end of the rope unexpectedly (or pop off of one strand, if they're uneven). Doing this with a Munter is not 100% guaranteed to work, because it ...


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