Single rope technique (SRT)
Frog walker system

The frog walker system is a great skill to have once you are an accomplished climber. It is a very effective and efficient way of accessing the upper canopy of tall trees easily and reducing the energy used in alternative doubled rope climbing systems. It also has the added benefit of not having to isolate a limb to set the system, so for tall conifers and dense canopies of broadleaf trees it can make life much easier with a throw line.

This system is for access only when setup with the configuration shown.

When climbing on this system the climber must always have two points of attachment to the climbing line.

It is imperative that the climber fully understands this system before use and understands the loading forces when using a base tied anchoring system.

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