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Basic Knots for New Climbers

Basic Knots for New Climbers

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Knots 1 of 10
Basic Knots for new climbers
Water knotDouble Fisherman knotFigure 8 loopRewoven figure 8Butterfly knotDouble BowlineClove hitchGirth hitchMunter hitchPrusik knot
Note:....The knots on this document have been taken from various web sites on the Internet and arecopyright of the various authors.Use of their work for this handout is appreciated. They were appreciated by the trainers and the traineeson the Mt. Elphinstone hike at PJ07...There is a wealth of knowledge on the art of knot tying on the weeb, let "Goggle be your friend"...
 
Knots 2 of 10
Water Knot or Tape Knot
The Water Knot AKA Tape Knot. This knot is used to join two ropes or two tape endstogether. When used with tape, the knot is called a tape knot. This knot is the mostpopular way to join tape to make sling, runner or QuickDraw from tape. The water knotcan be used to join two ropes.
 
Knots 3 of 10
Double Fisherman's Knot:
Despite the uptake of knots like the overhand for tying two ropes together, the doublefisherman's remains the safest way to do this in the climbing environment. It is also theonly knot to use to join ropes of different diameters as it is resistant to the unequalstretching in the ropes that this can induce. 1.Start the Double Fisherman's Knot by tying a double overhand around the firstrope.With the end of the first rope, tie a double overhand around the second rope.Tighten the knots evenly.2.Pull the two ropes so the knots come together. This is the Double Fisherman'sKnot. 

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