Utilizing Span Rigging to Create Rigging Points

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 8/25/2017
Utilizing Span Rigging to Create Rigging Points
Many times when rigging down limbs and logs, we as climbers can get into situations where we wished we had a rigging point where one doesn’t exist – a climber’s limbo. Personally, I’ve had many instances when I wished I had a rigging point where one doesn’t exist to aid me in getting material into the only open area around, or so branches wouldn’t have to swing near me in tight quarters. One rigging technique I’ve found that has worked very well for this situation is Span Rigging. Span Rigging consist of using the tree you are in and another tree to create a rigging point, as well as a slight mechanical advantage for lifting or moving brush. 

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The Rope Runner Will Have You Singing from the Treetops

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 8/4/2017
The Rope Runner Will Have You Singing from the Treetops

Innovators of Climbing Gear Tech

Climbers that love having the newest gear or using the most cutting edge techniques have more than likely already used a Singing Tree Rope Runner. However, for everyone else that maybe hasn’t seen one of these neat devices yet, or has had a chance to use one, let’s discuss what the Singing Tree Rope Runner is all about. 

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