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And then unclip the sling at your waist biner once above the move and leave the pro until picked up?

 

Curious... Didn't see a rope, so this appears to be some sort of a quasi-solo technique, but how does one pick up the pieces left behind? No rope, so can't rappel down to them to clean. Downclimb? Sketchy at best, since pro was placed on the way up.

 

Just wondering... confused.gif

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the angle of the climb keeps changing too like they couldn't figure out which way to tilt the camera

 

at least he isnt wearing gorts yellaf.gif

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If you look at the background it looks like the snow surface is flat and the whole thing is a camera tilt. rolleyes.gif

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hanging screws and leash pulls would dangle differently in that case.

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