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- Author: Craig Luebben
- ISBN: 9781594850066
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Though the book does not go into all the convoluted ways you can potentially set up anchors, it provides enough of a base to allow one to reasonably expect their protection to not fail when it is needed most.
Setting safe anchors is probably the most important aspect of outdoor climbing. You shouldn't try to do it until you've had hands on experience under the supervision of an experienced climber. This book, however will prepare you and reinforce your hands on experience. Read it beforehand to get familiar with terminology and general ideas. Read it afterward to clear up questions and help you remember key points.
I was worried the e-version wouldn't work well as a reference book, but the table of contents works well enough. You may find yourself skipping back and forth some because some concepts are mentioned in one spot and not explained until later in the book. Using notes and bookmarks would be a good idea.
Overall, great book for it's purpose. If someone comes up with a better way to organize this content it would be better.
After each section you got real homework with 10-15 exercises so you can repeat and practice what you read.
It's really worth reading and practise.