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Aimed at recreational climbers, Self Rescue for Climbers is a comprehensive guide to solving problems encountered in such situations as multi pitching in the mountains, sea cliffs or roadside crags.

The chapter format enables the viewer to access relevant information quickly, providing a basic toolbox of techniques which can be applied in actual conditions.

Chapters include:

  • Good belay practice
  • Locking off the belay
  • Simple hoists
  • Escaping the system
  • Abseil safety
  • Prussiking
  • Equipment testing
  • Rescue services

With scenarios filmed on famous climbs in such locations as Malham, Gogarth, the Llanberris Pass and Tremadoc, Self Rescue for Climbers is not only 90 minutes of expert instruction, but also a stunning tribute to the possibilities available to the recreational climber in North Wales.


Reviews of Self Rescue For Climbers

Snowdonia Active Website

You rarely consider as a climber being involved in a serious or potentially serious incident until it happens - a bit late then to start wishing you had watched the new 'Self Rescue For Climbers' DVD, while wondering if you should use a prusik or auto-block knot to help lower your injured partner to safety...

Climber Magazine 5 Star Review

Clearly and attractively filmed in locations around Snowdonia, Gogarth, Malham and the Peak, the narrative belts along at a brisk pace. Sander's and Long's ropeside manner is exemplary... no pretentious soliloquising or patronising dumbing down. Self Rescue takes full advantage of the utility of the DVD format over print media when explaining rope tricks such as bypassing a knot on an abseil or forming a klemheist prusik...