Thursday, August 19, 2010

How to climb a rock - the different types of climbing

To learn about climbing, these are the most common types of climbing and styles.
Bouldering - Climbing routes out to be relatively safe without the use of ropes. Security components can be a path or something similar at the foot of the slope and / or someone on the ground to draw a climber near potentially hazardous areas.
Top-roping - a traversed on a path, a point on the rope, the climber is attached by insurers to anchor. 'S insurer is then responsible for the climber is not very far. This is considered the safest way of climbing, and is ideal for the novice.
Traditional climbing - a climber or mountaineer with all necessary protective equipment to increase, and remove them, since, when she completed the career progress, nothing is left behind. This form of climbing does not damage the natural rock and leave no trace of the climbers are missing, then the environment is the best form of climbing, though perhaps not the safest.
Climbing - Climbing on all safety equipment is permanently attached to the rocks along the span or path (s).
Scrambling - basically scrambling climber uses his hands and feet to reach a route. Scrambling is usually a solo free-style, however, be used to protect the rope and advanced courses "technically" normal runways.
Free climbing - a form of climbing where the climber can be used as a backup safety device to prevent accidents, but only used their power, balance and ability to effectively implement the rise. This is in contrast to aid climbing, where climbers come to the aid of the acceleration to the top.
For Climbing - The Heads of State and Government will increase from the start with his second rope of the climber restraint. It determines whether the intermediate points of security, as they use by the rise of progress. The second to catch the climber to climbers at any point, and whisk together well, as they go.
Aid climbing - as the route to support the climber at intervals or "support" of the climb. In this type of climbing gear and the cable can be used to help reach directly the climbers are a part of the climb.
free solo - the climber climbs alone, without the use of tools. This type of climbing is probably the hazardous and potentially lethal.
Rope alone - a form of climbing where the climber with the rope from one route to solve the potentially if they begin. This could happen if free climbing or aid climbing, or even a combination of both.
Only aid climbing - this kind of dish and climb usually takes at least some 'safety or protection, but no rope. The mountain climber is as much as possible to climb and use of security tools, the circumstances required. The climber may or may not use the gear "aid" in height.
Deep Water Solo - a form of solo climbing a path where the rock is a fairly deep waters in order to protect climbers from serious injury from falls.
Concurrent (simultaneous climb) - that is, where two climbers an opportunity to progress at the same scale. As lead climbing with the exception of the roles can be reversed at some point. A traditional form of climbing, usually a climbing and safety equipment as they go to collect elsewhere.

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