Simple & Safe Rigging | Essentials of Cam Placement | The Rigging Lab at Rescue Response Gear

Written By: Lance Piatt

Quality anchors and especially load sharing anchors are vital to life and coming back to climbing another day. Today, Rescue Response Gear and The Rigging Lab look at the essentials of making the proper placements for the building of climbing and belay anchors. Four essential aspects to placing a solid and safe cam placement.
1. Amount of contact between the cam and rock surface,
2. Quality of rock or surface,
3. Quality of lobe placement,
4. Direction of pull.

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