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Anchor Hitch
Anchor Hitch
Knot Type
  • Termination knot

Application
  • Securing line to an object

Further Comments
  • A good holding knot. Half hitches can be added for more security.

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Step 1 - Form a loop through a karabiner Step 2 - Form a second loop Step 3 - After the second loop is formed, take the tail around the back of the rope Step 4 - Tuck the tail through the 2 formed loops Step 5 - Dress and set
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Comments
Author Comment Date
Ollybean Do my eyes deceive me or does step 3 show the running end on the wrong side of standing part ? 24-08-12
Trees- it is important that when doing the 2 loops through the carabiner, they wrap in the opposite direction to the spine. This loads the weight into the spine, not into the gate. 24-02-12
Sully I use this knot on my climbing line. It is solid, and never moves. It is also really quick to tie. 01-07-11
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