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Once above the free section, place a solid piece, lower down to retrieve the etriers, and winch yourself back up to your high point by batmanning up the belayer's side o f the rope. I f you bring the etriers with you, be careful that you don't step on the trailing etriers. If aid climbing is over for the pitch, invest your time in balling up the etriers so they don't dangle down by your feet. Wear climbing shoes. Wearing comfortable climbing shoes will always increase your speed, even if it's A5.
Experienced Climber: Who did you go climbing with before? Damon: These Colorado guys. They even bitched about bringing a climbing rope with them. They told me to show up in my running gear. Eiperienced Climber: See, that is a different sport. They were more like trail runners. That's not climbing. 7 routes. Experienced Climber: Hmmm, something isn't right here. I don't think we're communicating. SMSC "disorganizes" a few "non-events" each year on the Flatirons above Boulder. To the casual observer these would look like races .
H . , lere the leader needs to move through fiftly. The: follower. also nef:ds to ke~ ep the sli~ c in k thc? rope to a inimum i n case of' a lead fa111, and b~ e very diliigent abcrut not gf3... ~gtraillng loops ot rope st1 - be like. Maybe you have experienced such a fall. I've had a few such falls on steep sport routes and serious trad slabs-scary, but nothing compared to what would happen to you if you were 10 feet out while simulclimbing and your belayer jumped off the belay ledge, yanking you down to that last piece o f pro.